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The ferret thread formerly known as "Bringing food into cabo" lol

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Does anyone know what the resctrictions are about brining food into cabo? I wanted to put snacks and stuff in the OOT bags but didnt know what the restrictions were. I know you cant bring plants, fruit, veggies.

 

Anyone know anything on that?

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Allowed Imports

 

Smoking tobacco

Leather products, except for endangered species like wild lamb, jaguar, black bear, etc.

Honey

Dogs and cats (a maximum of two per traveler) with health certificates and rabies vaccine records. Visit our "Traveling with Pets in Mexico" page for more information.

Roasted coffee, dried prunes, packaged spices, dried herbs, preserved fruits and vegetables cooked or dried mushrooms and dried truffles.

Dry cooked, packed and bottled foods

From the USA and Canada: refrigerated, frozen, vacuum packed, pork and processed vacuum packed pate, milk and cheese. All must be in the original package and properly labeled.

 

Regulated Imports - there are special requirements for these products

 

Poultry and poultry products

Wild plants and hunt trophies

Rabbits, ferrets, hamsters, etc.

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Seeds, seedlings, fresh plant parts, etc.

Plants, fresh fruit, vegetables, flowers, raw cereals, etc.

Dairy products

Bees and bees' products (except honey)

Fresh, dried, canned, smoked or frozen meat and meat products from quarantined countries

Flours like corn meal, etc.

Veterinary medications and biological products

Agricultural chemicals and raw materials

 

Prohibited Imports

 

Soil

Bales of hay, natural straw or any straw decoration

Homemade food items

Meal of bone or meat

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Allowed Imports

Smoking tobacco
Leather products, except for endangered species like wild lamb, jaguar, black bear, etc.
Honey
Dogs and cats (a maximum of two per traveler) with health certificates and rabies vaccine records. Visit our "Traveling with Pets in Mexico" page for more information.
Roasted coffee, dried prunes, packaged spices, dried herbs, preserved fruits and vegetables cooked or dried mushrooms and dried truffles.
Dry cooked, packed and bottled foods
From the USA and Canada: refrigerated, frozen, vacuum packed, pork and processed vacuum packed pate, milk and cheese. All must be in the original package and properly labeled.

Regulated Imports - there are special requirements for these products

Poultry and poultry products
Wild plants and hunt trophies
Rabbits, ferrets, hamsters, etc.
Hide
Seeds, seedlings, fresh plant parts, etc.
Plants, fresh fruit, vegetables, flowers, raw cereals, etc.
Dairy products
Bees and bees' products (except honey)
Fresh, dried, canned, smoked or frozen meat and meat products from quarantined countries
Flours like corn meal, etc.
Veterinary medications and biological products
Agricultural chemicals and raw materials

Prohibited Imports

Soil
Bales of hay, natural straw or any straw decoration
Homemade food items
Meal of bone or meat
No Ferrets? Now who is going to carry my ring down the aisle if I can't take my pet ferret? frown.gif I've already bought his tux!

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Do you happen to have a cat? :P
The ferett tux is too long to fit a cat. Maybe it can be altered if I find a skinny enough cat

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See, Morgan and I are really going to have a problem. Morgan needs her ferrett, and I just cannot go on without bringing all ten of my dogs to Cabo. Seriously. You can only bring two per traveler? Whatever will we do?

 

Sarah- they do have a Mega Store, Costco, and Walmart (I haven't been to the Walmart, but I heard there is one now!). I bought all my snack stuff at the Mega store when we got there. The prices were very comparable to what I would have paid in the US, and I didn't have to mess with packing all that crap. Trust me, as you get closer to travel time, you'll notice that you have less and less room in your precious suitcases! At least I did anyway, all my DIY crap took up so much space!

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See, Morgan and I are really going to have a problem. Morgan needs her ferrett, and I just cannot go on without bringing all ten of my dogs to Cabo. Seriously. You can only bring two per traveler? Whatever will we do?
Can you split them up with your guests? 2 dogs per guest?

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