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2024 Border crossing food restriction

5/1/24 @ 8:49 AM
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wini
User since 3/27/06

Has anyone seen a list of what we can't take into Canada this year on fishing trips. Eggs? Potatoes? Etc

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6/19/24 @ 7:30 AM
percheye1
User since 6/24/01
Eggs in carton stating made in usa are allowed

6/18/24 @ 5:29 PM
OhMyGod
User since 6/18/24
Are they allowing eggs in ?
5/3/24 @ 11:54 AM
Guidedfishing
User since 8/2/01
Wini,  All you can do is check a couple days before you leave.  It is what it is, the only thing we know for sure is things will change..  Right now your fine and likely will be.

Honestly I would be more concerned if there will be enough water to float your boat.   Anyone who is used to using a small channel, river or shallow area to access other areas of a lake will likely be in for a surprise unless they get significant rain.

Good luck 
5/3/24 @ 7:37 AM
wini
User since 3/27/06
I am hoping the list doesn't change, particularly in relation to eggs. Bird flu is breaking out in the United states We always take in lots of eyes given they are .relatively light.. 
5/1/24 @ 11:57 AM
Guidedfishing
User since 8/2/01
Nothing has really changed from last year,  As long as your Eggs, Potato's, Chicken is commercially packaged and list the country of origin as the U.S. then your are fine as long as you don't exceed the limits specified.

https://inspection.canada.ca/food-safety-for-consumers/bringing-food-into-canada-for-personal-use/eng/1389630031549/1389630282362#a11

Always best to check it out on the Canada Gov't. site.

Good luck

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