Anybody have an idea of how I send food to the US?

Galen

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What sort of food? If it's tinned, bagged, cartons or whatever it's okay.
If it's anything perishable, forget about it.
 

JJ Lady

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Galen said:
What sort of food? If it's tinned, bagged, cartons or whatever it's okay.
If it's anything perishable, forget about it.


I would think that jars of Jam would be ok like mentioned above? Are they open now? What is the outcome? :confused:
 

Dory Berkowitz-Bukowski

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Galen said:
What sort of food? If it's tinned, bagged, cartons or whatever it's okay.
If it's anything perishable, forget about it.

Tinned, nothing perishable. Just wondering if they'd just let it go in the country or would turn it back if they opened the package.
 

Dory Berkowitz-Bukowski

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JJ Lady said:
I would think that jars of Jam would be ok like mentioned above? Are they open now? What is the outcome? :confused:

Home made jam is okay, you need to do forms and stuff for jam you brought, crazy right?

Anyway, Im not sending jam, Im sending some Engrish stuff to my secret santa, I just wanna make sure it gets all the way there without problems. :)
 
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Im sending some Engrish stuff to my secret santa, I just wanna make sure it gets all the way there without problems. :)
that's cool. Getting mail from other countries rocks. Getting food from other countries is the best. :drool: