If you grew up in Scotland and were hoping you'd still be able to enjoy haggis now that you live in the US ... you're out of luck. The Scottish favorite—a sheep stomach stuffed with sheep heart, liver, and lung meat mixed with spices, onions, and oats—can't be imported into the US. The FDA banned it and all products containing lung meat in 1971 since the meat can contain stomach acid and phlegm. That's just one item on Listverse's list of 10 foods you can't buy in the US because the FDA and the Consumer Products Safety Commission have deemed them dangerous—even though they're still allowed in many other countries. Four more:
- Raw milk: Milk sold in much of the US must be pasteurized in order to reduce the risk of harmful bacteria like salmonella or listeria being consumed. Raw milk sales are entirely prohibited in 20 states and the District of Columbia, and are heavily regulated in most of the other states.