732-pounds of cocaine was seized in Norfolk, Virginia last month.
Officials say it was smuggled inside fruit juice cans.
They found the drugs on a ship that sailed into the port of Norfolk.
The cocaine has a street value of $100 million.
It was headed to New York.
The ship was flagged as soon as it left Trinidad Tobago.
But border control couldn't check it until it got to the u-s.
Border officials say this is an example of how creative drug traffickers are getting.
No arrests have been made.
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