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Taking foods into Australia?

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Heard about the stringent requirements, the need to declare.

http://www.daff.gov.au/aqis/travel/entering-australia/cant-take

So what's the practical experience? Has anyone here been able to take dried goods, like cashews or candies as snacks, maybe crackers, maybe beef jerky, maybe protein bars?

Or is it really stringent and you shouldn't even bother?

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