I'm sure these matches are hazards to ship, as you said. I was on federal jury duty years ago, on a meth manufacturing case, and the old red strike anywhere matches are, or can be used in the manufacture of meth, I think the red part is sulfur.I found this:
If you're looking for strike anywhere matches in the US, you'll soon realize that many popular brands have been discontinued. Here's why.www.99boulders.com
The hazmat surcharges are supposedly cost prohibitive. Some of these matches even ignited inside the box from hitting other matches. The young man in that video is somewhat of a "soy boy".