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Commodity Summary: Approved Countries
The Commodity Summary displays all the countries (or regions) from which the specified commodity may be imported. Columns displaying plant part and Port(s) of Entry are shown, as it is possible for an import to be regulated differently based upon those factors. Select a row (open) to open the Commodity Import Requirements (CIR) for that result. A flag ( Access Restricted to APHIS/CBP ) indicates information that is intended for and available to an APHIS/CBP audience only.
Pea Pisum sativum Guide Page
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CIR Country Plant Part Port(s) of Entry
open Anguilla (United Kingdom) Pea; Pod  Guam, CNMI, PR, and U.S. Virgin Islands
open Antigua and Barbuda Pea; Pod  Guam, CNMI, PR, and U.S. Virgin Islands
open Argentina Pea; Pod  CNMI, Guam, and NA
open Australia Pea; Pod  Guam and CNMI
open Bahamas Pea; Pod  All Ports Except California and Hawaii
open Barbados Pea; Pod  Guam, CNMI, PR, and U.S. Virgin Islands
open Belgium Pea; Pod  North Atlantic (NA)
open Belize Pea; Pod  All Ports
open Bermuda (United Kingdom) Pea; Pod  North Atlantic (NA)
open Brazil Pea; Pod  North Atlantic (NA)
open Canada Pea; Pod  All Ports
open Cayman Islands (United Kingdom) Pea; Pod  PR and U.S. Virgin Islands
open Colombia Pea; Pod  North Atlantic (NA)
open Costa Rica Pea; Pod  All Ports
open Cuba Pea; Pod  PR and U.S. Virgin Islands
open Dominica Pea; Pod  PR and U.S. Virgin Islands
open Dominican Republic Above-ground parts  All Ports
open Ecuador Pea; Pod  All Ports
open Egypt Pea; Pod  All Ports
open El Salvador Pea; Pod  All Ports
open Grenada Pea; Pod  PR and U.S. Virgin Islands
open Guadeloupe Pea; Pod  PR and U.S. Virgin Islands
open Guatemala Above-ground parts  All Ports
open Haiti Pea; Pod  All Ports Except California, Hawaii, Guam, and CNMI
open Honduras Pea; Pod  All Ports
open Ireland Pea; Pod  All Ports
open Israel Pea; Pod  North Atlantic (NA)
open Italy Pea; Pod  North Atlantic (NA)
open Jamaica Pea; Pod  All Ports Except California, Hawaii, Guam, and CNMI
open Japan Pea; Pod  Guam and CNMI
open Kenya Shelled  Continental U.S. Ports
open Korea, Republic of Pea; Pod  Guam and CNMI
open Martinique Pea; Pod  PR and U.S. Virgin Islands
open Mexico Above-ground parts  All Ports
open Montserrat (United Kindom) Pea; Pod  PR and U.S. Virgin Islands
open Morocco Pea; Pod  All Ports
open Netherlands Pea; Pod  All Ports
open New Zealand Pea; Pod  Hawaii
open Nicaragua Pea; Pod  All Ports
open Palestinian Authority, West Bank Pea; Pod  North Atlantic (NA)
open Panama Pea; Pod  All Ports
open Peru Pea; Pod  North Atlantic (NA)
open Philippines Pea; Pod  Guam and CNMI
open Portugal Pea; Pod  North Atlantic (NA)
open Saint Barthelemy Pea; Pod  PR and U.S. Virgin Islands
open Saint Kitts and Nevis Pea; Pod  PR and U.S. Virgin Islands
open Saint Lucia Pea; Pod  PR and U.S. Virgin Islands
open Saint Martin (French part) Pea; Pod  PR and U.S. Virgin Islands
open Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Pea; Pod  PR and U.S. Virgin Islands
open Sint Maarten (Dutch part) Pea; Pod  PR and U.S. Virgin Islands
open Spain Pea; Pod  Ports as Specified in the Import Requirements
open Taiwan Pea; Pod  Guam and CNMI
open Turks and Caicos Islands (United Kingdom) Pea; Pod  PR and U.S. Virgin Islands
open United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland Pea; Pod  All Ports
open Venezuela Pea; Pod  North Atlantic (NA)
open Virgin Islands, British (United Kingdom) Pea; Pod  PR and U.S. Virgin Islands
While Pea is directly related to other FAVIR commodities listed below, it may not be regulated in the same way. Please check those Commodity Summaries for more specific information regarding the applicable import requirements:
Belongs To:
Includes: Snow Pea 
Pea: The edible fruit (pod) or edible seeds of some of the plants in the family Fabaceae.
Above-ground parts: All parts of a plant growing above ground.
Pod: A structure that contains the seeds or flowers of a plant (eg. seed pod, flower pod)
Shelled: Removed from the pod as in beans, peas, and other legumes
Page ID: CommSummCountryP
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