From some recent posts it seem you have to declare food taken into Grand Cayman. In the past I have not, as it was dried food such as coffee and cereal. Do you have to declare everything? Also, this time I'll be taking more exotic food ("westcoast smoked tofu", Yves veggie dogs) not necessarily available on GC. I'm assuming that type of thing is allowed as it's not an animal product, but that we'll have to declare it.
Any clarification of this? Thanks.