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Old 11th May 2014, 10:07 AM
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Users Flag! Originally from canada. Users Flag! Expat in canada.
Thumbs up Thanks for the tips!

Good tip! I live in an area where a 1-litre bottle of maple syrup is currently between 20-25 dollars. Think I will grab one.

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Originally Posted by sammylou View Post
real maple syrup is very expensive here. i usually bring at least one litre back with me every time i travel to canada [costco!]

With regard to food, is there any limit to what you can put in your checked baggage? I read that I cannot bring 'homemade food'... any idea what that means? would that mean anything unlabelled or unsealed professionally...things like canned (bottled) beets, pickles, homemade bread. Or something else I can't currently think of ?

Have you, or has anyone, had any issues at customs bringing in food? Ever been questioned about anything or had it refused?
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