This fruit is commonly used in Caribbean cuisine, but unripe or improperly prepared fruit can cause vomiting, seizures, and even death. That's why it is called US. Banned from import.
The beluga sturgeon, from which this luxury food is derived, is an endangered species and trade in its caviar has been banned by the US. has been banned.
Due to concerns over animal cruelty and the practice of shark finning, which involves removing the fins and discarding the remaining shark, the sale and possession of shark fins is prohibited in many US states.
This traditional Scottish dish made with lamb meat, oatmeal, and spices has been banned from the U.S. due to concerns over food safety. has been banned.
This popular European candy, which contains a small toy inside, is banned in the US due to a federal law that bans non-food items inside confectionery products.
A Taiwanese delicacy made with pig's blood, rice, and soy sauce, is not allowed in the U.S. due to concerns over food safety.
This oil, derived from the roots of the sassafras tree, was once used as a flavoring agent in gumbo and other dishes, but it is now banned in the U.S. due to concerns over its carcinogenic properties.
These small yellow plums from France are prohibited from importation into the U.S. due to concerns over pests and diseases.
This high-proof liquor made with wormwood, anise, and fennel, was banned in the U.S. for almost a century due to concerns over its hallucinogenic properties, but it is now legal in certain forms.