U.S. Customs and Border Protection works to keep citizens safe from threats, some of which can come in the shape of fruits and vegetables. Tucked away in a room at JFK Airport are fruits, vegetables, meats, rice, plants and other items seized within the past 24 hours from travelers. “Our main concern is the pest risk to our agricultural system here in the U.S.,” said Customs and Border Protection agriculture specialist Caitlyn McDougall. Learn about the beagles who sniff out undeclared items, and where these food items end up from CBS New York.
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