The addition of Wakanda happened around June 10.
The person credited for finding it, Francis Tseng, said he had to actually Google it to make sure there really wasn’t a Wakanda somewhere on Earth and to make sure he wasn’t misremembering.
Wakanda, which was first written of in July 1966 in a Fantastic Four comic, apparently deals in livestock, like dairy cows, ducks and donkeys; fresh vegetables; unroasted coffee beans and essential oils, or the country would, according to the USDA's system, if it actually existed, the BBC and NBC News reported.
A notation on the website says “information displayed is not official and should only be used as a general reference. Each importing countries customs office maintains the right for final determination of tariff treatment.”
Some people had a little fun with the erroneous listing, with an Orlando-based reporter asking if there is going to be a discussion with Agrabah, the fictional homeland of "Aladdin," The Washington Post reported.
After the USDA removed the fictional East African country, Tseng tweeted, "Guess we're in a trade war with them too," the Post reported.