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Quantitative limits of food products brought into the Community by travellers (Commission Regulation No 206/2009)

  Country of origin EU Member States Andorra, Liechtenstein, Norway, San Marino, Switzerland Greenland Faroe Islands and Iceland All the remaining states
Food products of animals origin Meat and milk in reasonable quantities in reasonable quantities 10 kg 10 kg 0
  Infant food or food for medical reasons in reasonable quantities in reasonable quantities 10 kg 10 kg 2 kg
  Fish and fish products, incl. prawns,lobsters, dead mussels and dead oysters, fish roe (except black caviar) in reasonable quantities in reasonable quantities 20 kg in reasonable quantities 20 kg
  Other animal products (such as honey, live oysters, live mussels and snails) in reasonable quantities in reasonable quantities 10 kg 10 kg 2 kg
  Chocolate, biscuits, cakes, etc. in reasonable quantities in reasonable quantities in reasonable quantities in reasonable quantities in reasonable quantities
Animal products destined for the feeding of pets Meat and milk in reasonable quantities in reasonable quantities 10 kg 10 kg  0
  Pet feed required for medical reasons in reasonable quantities in reasonable quantities 10 kg 10 kg 2 kg

NB! Reasonable quantities are the non-commercial quantities intended for personal consumption that private persons bring along with them into the Community.

No precise quantitative limits have been defined as reasonable quantities by the Commission Regulation No 206/2009.

 

08.12.2016