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Things that can be brought into the US from other countries

  • Bamboo, dried poles only
  • Beads made of seeds (but not jequirity beans)
  • Breads, cakes, cookies, and other bakery goods
  • Candies
  • Cheeses, fully cured (but not cottage cheeses)
  • Coconuts (but husks or milk must be removed)
  • Coffee, roasted beans only
  • Dried foods, including polished rice, beans, and tea
  • Fish
  • Flower bulbs (but not crocosomia, gladiolus, and watsonia bulbs from Africa, Argentina, Brazil, France, Italy, Malta, Mauritius, Portugal, or Uruguay)
  • Flowers, most fresh or dried kinds (but not with roots), except eucalyptus
  • Fruits, canned or dried products only
  • Herbarium plants (but not witchweed)
  • Herbs, dried, for medicinal use
  • Mushrooms
  • Nuts (but not chestnuts or acorns or nuts with outer husks)
  • Sauces, canned or processed
  • Seaweed
  • Seeds (Seeds of flowers and vegetables are generally enterable. Seed of woody trees and shrubs require a nursery stock permit from PPQ.)
  • Shamrocks, without roots or soil
  • Soup and soup mixes (but not those containing meat)
  • Spices, dried (but not curry leaves)
  • Straw animals, hats, baskets, and other souvenirs (but not items stuffed with straw)
  • Vegetables, canned or processed

Source:
Animal and Plant Health Inspection Services



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