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What kind of food is acceptable to bring? What is not?

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What kind of food is acceptable to bring? What is not?

We are heading to Freeport in a few weeks and are staying in a condo. Just wondering if we could bring breakfast and lunch food since we're divers and really don't have much time to eat those meals out. We will be going out to dinner nightly though. What is not acceptable? We really don't want to make a scene at the airport.

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1. Re: What kind of food is acceptable to bring? What is not?

The general rule is no fresh fruit or veggies, no dairy (milk, cheese etc) and no baked goods.

meat should be in it's original store packaging with usda label.

All products should be in their original manufacturers sealed wrappings or containers.

You should have a list of the items for customs inspection.

Ea person is allowed up to $100 worth of items brought thru customs.

Beer requires an $18 tax per case (or part of a case).

No homemade casseroles..

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2. Re: What kind of food is acceptable to bring? What is not?

Thanks for your help.

3. Re: What kind of food is acceptable to bring? What is not?

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