10 Foods You Can (And Can’t) Bring Into the US

Fruits and Vegetables

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1. Fruits and Vegetables

Restrictions on this food category is dependent not only on the type of fruit or vegetable, but also on its source. At this point, looking into the detail gets confusing, buy if you need any help, you should check out the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) database for the necessary information on foods from various countries.

Almost every fruit is not allowed in the United States. The only exceptions being dried fruits such as apricot, raisins, figs, dates, etc. Coconuts without husks, peeled garlic, and clean-rooted ginger are also allowed.

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