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Bring Your Own Food?

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We will be spending ten days in Nevis in December (over Christmas). We have rented a lovely, secluded house outside of town. As we usually rent houses or villas rather than stay in hotels, we like to bring some of our own prepared and uncooked frozen food along so we don't have to eat out every night. We have never had a problem with this in St. John, but on a recent trip to Cancun, our prime aged New York shell steak was confiscated (because of Mad Cow disease!). I'm sure the customs officer enjoyed a wonderful steak dinner that night. Will this happen to us in Nevis?

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