You could get fined $2500 per egg, for importing Kinder Eggs to the US. But could you guess the reason?
The 1938 Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act has a section highlighting that a confectionery product with a non-nutritive object, partially or totally embedded within it, cannot be sold within the United States, unless the FDA issues a regulation that the non-nutritive object has functional value.
Essentially, the 1938 Act bans “the sale of any candy that has embedded in it a toy or trinket”.
In 2012, the FDA re-issued their import alert stating “The embedded non-nutritive objects in these confectionery products may pose a public health risk as the consumer may unknowingly choke on the object”.