A huge part of the pleasure and fun derived from traveling to a foreign country lies in the various delicacies you get to savour. Most of the time, the idea of leaving all that delicious goodness behind to return to the United States can be heart-rending. One would feel the best thing to do would be to take some of these foreign foods home with you. Unknown to most people, bringing some of these foods could land you in a bit of a legal pickle.
The FDA and Customs Border Patrol have an official list of what they let get past the airport. Getting caught with undeclared edibles could cost you as much as $10,000 in fine. We have put together a list based on extensive research to help you figure out the 10 foods you can (and can’t) bring into the US.