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What food can I bring back from Italy?

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Okay, I want to get this right. I CAN bring cheese, but I can't bring meat? Or does it have to do with how it's packaged? Isn't there a link to a govt site that spells it out for you? I'd love to bring back some cured meat, but fear that's a no go. But cheese? No fresh fruits and vegetables, I'm pretty sure. I frequently bring back jams or honey with no problem. What else?

We'll be in southern Italy. What would YOU bring back?

Thanks so much,
Alice

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