Has anyone recently brought back foie gras from France and declared it to US customs? I'm in Paris and bought a can of foie gras de oie which I'd like to bring home. I want to declare it because with my luck, I'd be caught and fined (and it's a BIG fine). Plus, even if it's legal, and I don't declare it, they will confiscate it because I will have lied on the form.
The US Customs website is a little unclear on what it will and will not allow. It says,
"Fois Gras - If cooked and in a hermetically sealed container, maybe- see Matrix. Otherwise, no." I really can't tell what the 'matrix" is, as the link is to a page with a bunch of other links (http://www.aphis.usda.gov/import_expo...).
I'll be going through customs in DC, though that probably does not matter.
I have a day left here and I really wanted to bring the can home to hubby rather than make myself sick eating it here!
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