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By jijijaco (Translasted by alvinleetya) - July 27, 2013   

Kinder Surprises are banned in the USA.


The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission determined years ago the product to be a choking and aspiration hazard for young kids and thus are seized and destructed at customs. In 2009, about 25,000 of these chocolate eggs have been seized by US customs.


Canada.com – Kinder Surprises: Banned in the U.S.A [en]
Wikipedia.org – Prohibition on sale or import into the United States [en]

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davexh - Jan. 1, 2013 - 14:13 - (link to the comment)

They are kinder surprise eggs in UK. Hollow chocolate eggs, with a small toy inside.