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port of entry. Collard Corn (on the cob only) Cornsalad, Vallerianella spp. Cucumber (includes Angola cucumber, Sicania odorata) Cyperus corm Dandelion greens (leaf, stem) Dasheen, Colocasia, Caladium spp., and Xanthosoma spp. Eggplant Endive Ethrog (fruit) False coriander Fennel Genip Ginger root Gourd Guava (leaf) Herbs (dried or cured) Honeydew melon Horseradish, Armoracia spp. Indigo, Indigofera spp.


Jackfruit Kale Kudzu—if not seed, tuberous roots, or stems with node (must not be capable of propagation) Lambsquarter Lemongrass, Cymbopogon citratus Leren Lettuce Lily bulb, edible Lotus root Maguey Mangosteen Marjoram, Origanum spp. (leaf, stem) Mint, Mentha spp. Mushrooms Mustard greens Oregano, Origanum spp. (leaf, stem) Palm heart Papaya Parsley Parsnip Pepper Peas, Pisum sativum (in pod or shelled) Pineapple Plantain (fruit, leaf without stalk or midrib) Pokeweed greens (leaf, stem) Potato Pumpkin Purslane Radish Rhubarb Rosemary (leaf) Rutabaga St. John’s bread Salsify Savoy Sorrel, Rumex spp. Spinach Squash Stinking-toe (pod) Strawberry Sweet potato (leaf only) Swiss chard Tamarind bean pods Taro, Colocasia and Caladium spp.


Travelers: You must present all food, plants, and other agricultural items to the USDA inspector at the airport before you leave Puerto Rico or to the U. Customs and Border Protection officer before you leave the U. Virgin Islands. If your items are generally allowed, the inspector will check them to make sure they are free from pests and disease before you begin your trip to the U.


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Beet Bitter melon Brassica oleracea (includes cabbage, broccoli, brussels sprouts, cauliflower, kale, and collards) Breadfruit, Artocarpus spp. Breadnut Cacao bean pod Cannonball fruit Cantaloupe Carrot Cassava Celery Chamomile, Anthemis spp. Chayote Chervil Chickory Chinese waternut Chrysanthemum spp. (leaf, stem) Cilantro Citrus, fresh fruit (grapefruit, orange, lemon, lime) Coconut (without husk) Coffee: Travelers are permitted to bring back unlimited quantities of roasted coffee or green (unroasted) coffee beans without restriction through any continental U.


Information for Travelers Coming to the U. S. Mainland from Puerto Rico and the U. Virgin IslandsUSDA FAQ's and resources about coronavirus (COVID-19). LEARN MORE Last Modified: Oct 28, 2022 USDA’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) prohibits or restricts the entry of many agricultural products from Puerto Rico and the U. Virgin Islands into the U. mainland, including most fresh fruits and vegetables, certain types of plants and flowers, and certain pork and pork products.


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That’s because these items could harbor a dangerous stowaway—an invasive pest or disease. Just one piece of fruit or a single plant that is carrying an invasive pest or disease could cause millions of dollars in damage, expensive eradication efforts, lost trade revenue, and higher food prices. So, before you mail, ship, or carry any agricultural products into the U. mainland, please click on the links below to find out what’s allowed and what’s prohibited. For more information, please contact the APHIS offices in Puerto Rico at the numbers provided below.


mainland. Inspection Notice for Travelers Coming from Puerto Rico to the U. Mainland Inspección de equipaje requerida para los pasajeros que viajan de Puerto Rico a los EE. UU. Continentales Agricultural Items from Puerto Rico and the U. Virgin Islands ALLOWED into the Mainland (after inspection): Allium spp. (includes onion, garlic, and chives) Amaranth, Amaranthus spp. (leaf, stem) Anise Annona spp. (leaf) Arracacia xanthorrhiza Arrowroot Artichoke, Jerusalem Asparagus Avocado Balsam apple Bamboo shoots Banana (fruit, leaf without stalk or midrib) Basil Bay leaves, laurel Beans, shelled (faba, lima, string) Beans, in pods (faba, lima, string)—have geographic restrictions. For more information, please contact USDA’s offices using the telephone numbers listed below.


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