Can you take things like unopened bags of cereal, crackers, into mexico ... PS:
This applies to what you can bring back in the other way to (like to the US).
Feb 12, 2016 ... The SENASICA office (National Service of Health, Food Safety and Quality) of
SEGARPA (Secretary of Agriculture, Ranching, Rural ...
... has guidelines on what is allowed, regulated and prohibited to bring across the
border. ... Visit our "Traveling with Pets in Mexico" guide for more information.
Roasted coffee, dried prunes, packaged spices, dried herbs, preserved fruits and
... crossing over the United States' border with Canada or Mexico, it is important
to know that there are restrictions on the types of foods you can bring across ...
As a rule of thumb you are allowed to bring into Mexico whatever you need for
the time period you will be staying in Mexico. You are not allowed to bring food, ...
See the comments at the end of the list of “What Can I Bring In Duty Free” for ......
Could you please tell me the restrictions for foods into Mexico (cooked, cured ...
Aug 12, 2007 ... I have yet to find anything that says you can't bring any food items into Mexico
with the exception of those listed on the US Customs site of dairy ...
There are restrictions as to what you can bring to Mexico. ... Some food items -
especially plants and seeds; Cigars and cigarettes - up to 20 packs per person ...
Aug 23, 2016 ... Warning: it's Illegal to Carry Firearms or Ammo into Mexico. ... apples); Do not
take U.S. fruits and meats to Mexico-You cannot bring them back.
I was visiting/living in Mexico and want to bring back some Mexican food
products? ... Because rice can often harbor insects, it is best to avoid bringing it
into the ...