This seems like a silly question, but here goes.........I am sending a package from the U.S. to someone in Newfoundland. One of the items is a Christmas decoration requiring 3-AAA batteries. I am a firm believer in givng the recipient batteries to go along with their gift. Will Customs have a problem with my including batteries in the pkg.? I was thinking maybe the fact batteries have acid (I think) might cause a problem. If I don't include the batteries and my friend in Nfld. needs to purchase them, do they have the same ones available as we do in The States? Thanks for helping with my HUGE dilemma. : )
To send the batteries, or to not send the batteries
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