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People love food, but it's even better when the flavors are familiar and they can easily grab their favorite snacks during long flights or long road trips. It can be tough to travel with food but there are plenty of options for healthy and filling treats that will survive the journey.

Everyone loves food. It's part of every culture and a great way to share cultures with each other. When you're not at home, it can be difficult to find your favorite flavors and meals, but that doesn't mean that you should have to settle for less than the best! Here are the top foods that travel well:

1. Jerky – One of the most popular snacks around is jerky. There are all kinds of flavors and types, from beef jerky to salmon jerky, and they make a satisfying snack and can be healthy too, depending on how much you eat at one time. They're easy to pack and go for quite some time without spoiling. If you have a jerky lover in your life, be sure to get them some of their favorite flavors!

2. Popcorn – You could buy a bag of popcorn to take on your flight. The best option is to skip pre-packaged popcorn and make your own before you leave! If you pack small servings into separate plastic bags that are zipped shut, then there's no chance of leakage or spilling. Also, different flavors like caramel and cheese can be added so you can use your favorite flavor and eat something new and fun without spending extra money at the airport!

3. Granola bars – This is great for people who like snacks (everyone!) because granola bars come with their own wrapper and can easily be eaten on the go without needing a place to sit down or clean up after yourself. They also don't need special care when traveling, making them perfect for layovers or international destinations where you might not be able to find your favorite (and expensive) brands anymore. There are even some granola bars that are gluten-free for people with dietary restrictions.

4. Brownies and cookies – If you have a sweet tooth, these are two options that travel well. Brownies and cookies can both be wrapped in aluminum foil and carried on with you during your trip. However, they're also the sort of food that can get crushed or messy so we recommend putting them in a sturdy box to prevent any damage. This will allow them to stay fresh and clean without worrying about if crumbs might leak out onto other items during transit. Even better, they can easily be made at home the night before, like this white chocolate chip brownies recipe for example, before you head out. It’s always nice to bring a homemade treat along!

5. Dried fruits – They may not be as versatile as jerky or granola bars but they make a great snack while traveling. They don't spoil easily and contain less water than most fruits which means it will take longer for them to go bad. They also contain less sugar than some other snacks so they'll help you stay on track with your diet.

6. Cereal – This is another good option for people who want to eat something that's both sweet and filling. Like granola, it can be stored in small bags which means fewer spills or messes but also less room in your luggage for other items because the boxes are larger than snacks like granola bars or jerky.

7. Dried vegetables – A great way to add some flavor to food when you're in unfamiliar territory. They don't go bad very quickly and can be put into pretty much any recipe that calls for regular vegetables so it's easy to use them in multiple ways. This is also a good option if you are health-conscious.

8. Peanut butter – If there is one food type that always travels well, it has to be peanut butter. This is a relatively cheap and simple snack and the best part is that you can add whatever ingredients you like, such as chocolate or coconut shavings! Peanut butter sandwiches also contain more protein than other snacks so they'll give your body more energy while traveling too.

9. Oatmeal – Perfect for everything from breakfast, to snacks, to pre- or post-flight meals. You can put it in plastic bags and take it with you on the plane but if you need something more filling than granola bars before a long flight, oatmeal made in a coffee shop might cost extra so we recommend taking your own. To make sure it stays fresh while traveling, just use an airtight jar.

10. If all of these options are sounding too complicated or time-consuming then there's one last option that always works: water! Water is better than soda because it has less sugar and keeping hydrated will help you stay healthy while traveling. Be sure to pack enough water bottles depending on how many days you'll be gone.

Conclusion

People love food, but it's even better when the flavors are familiar and they can easily grab their favorite snacks during long flights or long road trips. It can be tough to travel with food but there are plenty of options for healthy and filling treats that will survive the journey. Safe travels and bon appétit!


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