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Can I bring tea bags into USA?

Can I bring tea bags into USA?

Travelers are permitted to bring without restriction any quantity of products composed solely of tea leaves (Camellia sinensis: includes black tea, green tea, oolong, dark tea, white tea, yellow tea). As with all agricultural products, you must declare the product at entry.

Can I bring dried herbs into us?

Because food items can carry devastating diseases or pests, they are strictly regulated. You may take home vacuum-packed cheeses; dried herbs, spices, or mushrooms; and canned fruits or vegetables, including jams and vegetable spreads. Baked goods, candy, chocolate, oil, vinegar, mustard, and honey are OK.

Can you take tea bags in your suitcase?

Yes, you can take coffee (R&G or soluble) and tea bags into your hand luggage.

Can you take tea bags to the USA?

1. Re: Taking Tea Bags to USA Us Customs restrict the entry of “agricultural items” but tea bags would not fall within this category so if you must take them I wouldn’t even bother mentioning them – tea bags can of course be bought in a wide range of stores in the US. 2. Re: Taking Tea Bags to USA

Can you bring black tea on a flight?

Green Tea, Black Tea Travelers are permitted to bring without restriction any quantity of products composed solely of tea leaves (Camellia sinensis: includes black tea, green tea, oolong, dark tea, white tea, yellow tea). As with all agricultural products, you must declare the product at entry.

What kind of tea is allowed in the United States?

Roobios tea is permitted, subject to inspection. Coca leaves and khat (Arabian tea) are restricted as Federally controlled substances. Products containing bark derived from endangered plants protected under the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) are restricted.

Can you be fined for bringing tea into the UK?

Always declare any food or agricultural items you are bringing into the country. You can be fined for failure to declare. Someone from CBP may ask to see the tea, and there’s a chance you won’t be allowed to bring it in, but you shouldn’t be otherwise penalized as long as you’ve declared it.