Frequent question: What can I not ship to Spain?

Can I send a necklace to Spain?

Re: Shipping to Spain

If the rules state you cannot ship jewelry to Spain, that this is crystal clear. DO NOT SHIP JEWELRY TO SPAIN.

Can you ship chocolate to Spain?

So items such as cheeses and fruits are out of the question. Additionally, items such as cakes or chocolates are also tough to send as they are likely to melt in a hot weather or shipping depots in Spain that are not always air conditioned.

Can I send snacks to Spain?

Food items will still be allowed in as long as they are non-perishable, ambient and sealed in manufacturers’ packaging. So chocolate, sweets, biscuits, crisps, snacks and all the other goodies that go into our Gift Boxes are fine to send, although customs will occasionally inspect a parcel to check its contents.

What can I not ship internationally?

Internationally Prohibited Items

  • Aerosols.
  • Air Bags.
  • Alcoholic Beverages.
  • Ammunition.
  • Cigarettes.
  • Dry Ice.
  • Explosives.
  • Gasoline.

Can I send perfume to Spain?

Many everyday items, such as aerosols, nail varnish and perfumes are considered dangerous goods under transport legislation. Failure to comply with these controls could result in prosecution.

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What can I mail to Spain?

Business correspondence, commercial papers, and documents. Merchandise samples without commercial value, microfilm, microfiche, and private letters. Merchandise, advertising materials, and all articles subject to customs duty.

Can you mail food to Spain?

All food items shipped to Spain require a Sanitary inspection previous to customs clearance. Sanitary inspection requests the following documents: Registration number of the importer at the Ministry of Health.

Can you mail candy overseas?

Perishable items are illegal to ship to a foreign country. … While any store-bought items that aren’t perishable can ship from the U.S., there may be restrictions from the country receiving them. You can’t ship homemade foods.

Can I take canned food into Spain?

According to the European Commission, travellers may not bring any animal food products into Spain either for their own consumption or as a gift or part of their luggage allowance (including meat, meat products, milk, and dairy products). … Other foods may be brought into Spain, up to a maximum weight of one kilogram.

Can you send chocolate internationally?

The USPS and specialty carriers, such as FedEx and UPS, offer international shipping. You can send the chocolates using any of those carriers and have them delivered to your international destination.

Can I send chocolate to Europe after Brexit?

Food products

The EU’s strict phyto-sanitary rules mean that all imports of animal derived products technically come under these rules, so sending a box of chocolates by post to France is now not allowed (because of the milk). Parcels that contain banned animal products can be seized and destroyed at the border.

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What are non-perishable groceries?

Non-Perishable Food Items

  • Canned Meats.
  • Canned Tuna and Salmon.
  • Peanut Butter.
  • Jelly (no glass)
  • Canned or Dry Soups.
  • Canned Stews and Chili.
  • Tea Bags.
  • Coffee (ground no beans)

Can I send prescription drugs to Spain?

Can I travel abroad carrying prescription medicine? You can travel with prescription drugs within the EU if you have a prescription signed by a doctor from an EU country. If the drug is not available in the country you are travelling to, you can ask your doctor for a cross-border prescription.

What Cannot be shipped by UPS?

Prohibited and Restricted Items for U.S. Import/Export

Alcoholic beverages* Animal products, non-domesticated (e.g. mother of pearl inlay, snakeskin watchband) Articles of unusual value. Biological substances, Category B and exempt human or animal specimens.

What can’t you ship to the UK?

endangered animal and plant species. rough diamonds. indecent and obscene materials, such as books, magazines, films and DVDs. personal imports of meat and dairy products from most non- EU countries.