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To answer Tarseeto’s question, there’s no problem really bringing  anything in powder form on flights into the United States as long as they’re on your check-in luggage. Yes, that powdered tuyo (dried fish) is no exception. Carry as  many as your heart desires since the smell too won’t be an issue if  they’re packed in bottles. But if you must hand-carry into the US anything powdered like talcum to be always baby-fresh sans oily skin, then do so but don’t exceed 12 ounces as per the new US Transportation Security Administration (TSA) rule.

Local carrier Cebu Pacific, in fact, is already screening handcarried luggage of passengers bound for Guam, it being a US territory thereby subject to TSA rules.

Exempted from the 12-ounce powder limit on hand-carried items is baby formula, so there’s no problem  regarding in-flight feeding of those cute babies who, TSA or no TSA, won’t be denied their milk.

Here, one can make a case for breastfeeding – in private, of course, away from the malicious  stare of that creep on Seat  32 C.

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