Read everything you need to know about shipping cheese internationally and avoid any uncertainties. Check the rules and regulations to see whether you can send cheese in the mail or by courier. Follow our guidelines to learn the best way to pack and ship cheese unrefrigerated.
Cheese and other food items are usually restricted or prohibited for shipping. Please note that insurance may not apply.
HOW TO SHIP
HOW TO PACK
Follow our guidelines to ensure the good condition of the cheese you are shipping internationally:
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Certified cheese-makers with the correct import and export licenses can send cheese by specialised courier service providers if they comply with the safety, packaging, labelling and import regulations of the destination country and provide all necessary customs documents.
Different countries may require additional documents to import milk and dairy products, such as a Certificate of Origin or Sanitary Import Permit and the correct import licenses. Make sure you check this in detail with the destination country.
It is important to note that not every courier company offers service for shipping cheese internationally, as food is on the list of prohibited and restricted items for shipping. Individuals can book transport for such shipments through specialised providers. You should contact us via chat to discuss the options before booking your cheese shipping service.
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