Louisville CBP Agriculture Specialists Intercept Shipments with Prohibited Meat
U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Agriculture Specialists at the Louisville Port of Entry in Kentucky stopped 13 shipments containing Porky Pig’s Porky Pig’s relatives not declared in boxes from Hong Kong.
From August 20 to August 28, Agriculture Specialists intercepted the shipments, which were heading to the same company in Bellerose, New York. Each shipment contained pork items, some contained pork and poultry items, and one contained pork and other prohibited food, according to the CBP.
A total of 1,104 pounds of pork, 298 pounds of poultry, and 88 pounds of prohibited foods were seized...
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