Millions of pounds of fresh fruits, vegetables, animal products, and other items enter the United States from other countries every year. Although these items appear to be harmless, there could be hidden threats in that baggage and in those truckloads, trainloads, and containers of fresh items that could seriously threaten U.S. agriculture, our natural resources, and our economy. CBP agriculture specialists and the CBP officers at U.S. ports of entry target, detect, intercept, and thereby prevent the entry of these potential threats before they have a chance to do any harm.
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Data is extracted from live CBP systems and data sources. Statistical information is subject to change due to corrections, systems changes, change in data definition, additional information, or seizures pending final review. Final statistics are available at the conclusion of each fiscal year.
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Emergency Action Notifications (EAN)
The following dashboard reflects U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agriculture Emergency Action Notifications (EAN).
Passenger Inspection Dashboards
The following dashboard reflects U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agriculture passenger inspections and penalties issued.
Quarantine Material Interceptions (QMI)
The following dashboard reflects U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Quarantine Material Interceptions (QMI).