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TC   on 31/08/17 @ 23:31 said:

I know an OD member who took half a grocery store in her suitcase into Geneva earlier this year I took teabags and cereal bars, nuts, dried fruit and fresh fruit .... I can't see it being a problem.

TrotOn   on 01/09/17 @ 9:26 said:

You might raise eyebrows if you take a stock of your pork pies with you .
Remember that meat products, in theory, need an export licence to take abroad!!
I am not sure how cooking affects your ability to take with you.
Enjoy your trip.

Camino Queen   on 03/09/17 @ 14:22 said:

HI Mick check who you are flying with to start as they have a decision and can confiscate at check-in or as you enter the plan. Plus the airport you are departing from and into...As you know I work for BA and things change at present rapidly and it's not just one decision. Lots of info on websites. In the famous words 'google it'

Camino Queen   on 03/09/17 @ 14:23 said:

plane ooops sticky laptop eating a hot pork pie

jo_jo   on 03/09/17 @ 19:29 said:

Mick0181: according to the website below there are no restrictions on animal products for personal use if you are travelling within the EU.
http://europa.eu/youreurope/citizens/travel/carry/meat-dairy-animal/index_en.htm

TrotOn   on 04/09/17 @ 22:35 said:

Good to hear Jo Jo.

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