Brexit travel: FCDO issues warning as Britons banned from taking certain foods into bloc

“Travellers are not allowed to bring in meat, milk or their products unless they are coming with less than 10 kilograms of these products from the Faeroe Islands or Greenland,” the rules continue.

“There is also an exemption for powdered infant milk, infant food, and special foods or special pet feed required for medical reasons, if weighing less than two kilograms and provided that such products do not require refrigeration before opening, that they are packaged proprietary brand products for direct sale to the final consumer, and

the packaging is unbroken unless in current use.”

The rules also apply to fishery products and other animal products such as honey.

Previously, the UK was not restricted by these rules due to its place in the EU.

Daily Express

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