Yes, I know. There's a question with this exact title in the archive from 11 (count 'em) years ago! Not very useful for now.
Many people mention taking snacks on the plane.
I've never done that before, except rarely taking something I purchased on the airside after going through security.
Not yet needing knee surgery or being able to take any standard arthritis anti-inflammatories, my orthopedist recently told me to use tart cherries as a substitute.
I discovered that dried Montmorency cherries work the best for me. I rather doubt these can be counted as OTC medicine.
Assuming that they would be considered a snack, has anyone had any issues with snacks of any kind going through TSA as a carry-on whether flying domestic or international?
I'd be starting out with a sealed, full bag. Later in the trip, the bag would be open, but for the short European flights, I can put them in the bag I'll be required to check.