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Restricted Items

Items that appear on the IATA’s dangerous goods list such as:

  • Explosives
  • Gases
  • Flammable liquids and solids
  • Oxidizing substances and organic peroxide
  • Toxic and Infectious Substances
  • Radioactive Material
  • Corrosives

Below are some other restricted items according to Jamaica Customs:

Restricted Items

Meat/Animals

Ground Provision

Fruits & Vegetables/
Plants/Plants Products

Pharmaceuticals,
Chemicals, Herbal Teas


Firearms



Used Tyres

Radios (Two-Way)

Coconut Derivatives,
Oil Producing Seeds,
Edible Oils, Detergents
(liquid or solid form)

Motor Vehicles,
Explosives, & Sugar

Alcohol in bulk

Human Remains


Pesticides

Live Animals

Requirement

Certificate

Phyto Sanitary Certificate

Phyto Sanitary Certificate

PSD Certificate



Permit/Licence to Import



Certificate

Licence

Permit




Licence


Spirit Pool Permit

Permit KSAC/Kingston &
St. Andrew Health Department

Permit

Permit

Issuing Agency

Ministry of Agriculture

Ministry of Agriculture

Ministry of Agriculture


Pharmaceutical Regulatory
Affairs Division (PRAD)
Ministry of Health

Police Commissioner of
Customs Trade Board
Firearms & Licence Authority

Bureau of Standards

Spectrum Management Authority

Coconut Industry Board




Trade Board


Spirit Pool Association Limited

Ministry of Health


Pesticides Control Authority

Veterinary Services Division of
the Ministry of Agriculture.

Telephone

977-2489 / 977-2492

977-2489 / 977-2492

977-2489 / 977-2492


922-6084



927-4421 /
922-5140-8
969-3228 / 754-0139

926-3140-6

929-8550 / 929-8520

926-1770




969-3228


968-4455

967-1100-1 / 922-2587


906-6939

977-2492

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Persons who wish to import meat products for personal use must have:

  1. meat inspection certificates from the relevant approved official Government Veterinary Division or Ministry of Agriculture.
  2. stamp of approval on all carcasses
  3. an import license from the Ministry of Agriculture in Jamaica. The Jamaica Tourist Board will make arrangements to obtain the license, if given two weeks notice. Goods not in compliance with these stipulations will be confiscated and handed over to the relevant authority when detected.