Can I send chocolates to Australia?
Re: Can I send chocolate to Australia? You can send anything … just be clear on the customs declaration what it is and you’ll be fine. Chocolate is not a problem generally.
Biscuits, bread, cakes, pastries, Christmas cake, and Christmas pudding (excluding cheesecakes) These products are allowed into Australia if: they are for personal consumption. they are fully cooked, shelf stable (do not require refrigeration) and contain no meat.
What food is not allowed in Australia?
What foodstuffs can I not take into Australia? Foods that are prohibited unless accompanied by a valid Import Permit include beans, peas, cereal seeds, eggs, fresh fruit and vegetables, uncanned meat and all pork products, milk, popping corn, raw unroasted nuts, whole salmon and trout.
Can you get Cadbury in Australia?
Picture: SBS/The Chocolate Factory: Inside Cadbury Australia. The venerable brand, founded in 1824, has a 65 per cent market share of chocolate in Australia, more than even its native UK.
What food items can I send to Australia?
What Food Can I Send to Australia?
- Store bought foods in the manufacturer’s original unopened packaging.
- Food that has food labels that list all ingredients.
- The expiry date has more than 6 months from the date of shipping.
- There’s no alcohol, dairy, meat, poultry, fish or seafood ingrediants.
- No homemade food.
Can I send clothes to Australia?
Goods that can be declared as personal effects and which can be exempt from duty and tax usually include; personal clothing, furniture, rugs, books and bicycles. When completing your customs declaration, it is important to do so properly and clearly.
What items can I post to Australia?
See below a list of items that you CAN send to Australia:
- Animal products.
- Artwork including collectibles.
- Computers, laptops, tablets and monitors.
- Designer clothing, apparel or accessories.
- Drugs and pharmaceuticals including legal or prescribed.
- Mail and personal pictures.
- Music instruments.
Can you post food to Australia?
Quarantine officers, x-ray machines and detector dogs screen all of the 150 million items of international mail sent to Australia each year, intercepting around 80,000 high-risk items. > Do not send prohibited food, plant material or animal products.
Why is Australia so strict on food?
Australia’s strict bio security laws prohibit certain foreign foods, plant materials, and animal products from entering the country, due to the threat of introducing serious pests and diseases into Australia, devastating our valuable agriculture and tourism industries, as well as o…
Can you take food to Australia?
Food items brought into Australia need to be declared on your Incoming Passenger Card if you come by plane, or on the parcels you mail. Biosecurity officers may need to inspect some of the food you’re bringing with you.
Why is Cadbury banned in America?
Banned! Back in 2015, Cadbury products, including the iconic Creme Egg, were banned from being imported into the United States. It all started when Hershey Chocolate Corporation filed a lawsuit alleging that Cadbury copied an already existing Hershey chocolate egg recipe of theirs.
What chocolate is Australian?
What are the best Australian chocolate brands? Some of the best small-batch chocolate brands in Australia are the following: Haigh’s, Metiisto, Monsieur Truffe, Ms Peacock, Kennedy and Wilson, Zokoko, and Bahen & Co.
Why is Australian chocolate so bad?
Unfortunately that is illegal in Australia so they have to buy their milk chocolate fix in British specialty shops. The Australian chocolate tastes waxy, and sweeter. We’ve always been told it’s an additive to increase the melting point for hotter climates?! No one wants a soggy choccy bar, after all!