Question: Can I Take Food Into France?

Can you bring food into France?

The import of perishable goods such as food and plants is prohibited or strictly regulated according to the country.

For more information, check with consular services or the customs agency of the destination or transit country..

Can I take food into France from UK?

If you travel to the EU from a non-EU country, you are not allowed to bring any meat or dairy products with you. You can however bring a limited quantity of fruit and vegetables as well as eggs, egg products and honey. Restricted quantities of fish or fish products are also allowed.

What can you not bring into France?

Foods of animal origin and products of animal origin are subject to restrictions: travellers are not allowed to carry meat, meat-based products, milk and dairy products imported from third countries* in their personal packages and luggage.

Can I take food on the Eurostar?

Can you take food on the Eurostar? You’re welcome to bring your own food from home. Unlike airlines, there are no restrictions on liquids so you can even bring a bottle of bubbly.