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At the end of April, we'll be spending several days in our favorite city, Montreal. At the end of every trip, we head to Little Italy to stock up on fabulous cheeses, breads, pastas, fresh veggies and fruits, etc. at the Capital and the outdoor market. We've never encountered any problem bringing the wonderful food items across the border into the States. Now, with the events of 9/11 will there be a problem? Also, can you advise us of any other fabulous shop in the area which we should check out. Thanks for your input.

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