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Any Problems with Plastic Containers in 3-1-1 carryon bags?

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Planning a trip to Europe, and ordered a set of plastic containers that has funnels, etc. to transfer just about anything into their containers. It's a neat package. But my question is: will airport security here or abroad question unmarked containers?

Same question, but relating to over-the-counter & prescription meds. Rather than taking a lot of individual bottles, I'd like to put all OTC and prescription drugs into plastic containers or bags. Will this be a problem?

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