Can I take food to France in my motorhome?
Travellers (including lorry drivers and motorhomers), will not be allowed to bring in any meat, milk or their products. Apart from minor exceptions like infant food and special medical foods, that’s it. No meat, no cheese, no longlife milk, no yoghurt, no Fray Bentos pies.
Can I take food in my motorhome to Europe?
There are exceptions for limited amounts of baby food and pet food. As for other things, your E111 is valid until it’s expiry date. You only need an International driving permit if you have an old paper licence. You should have a GB sticker on your vehicle unless you have a GB on your number plate.
What food can I take into France?
You are not allowed to take meat or meat products to France apart from fish or fish products (up to a maximum of 20kg). You are not allowed to take milk, cheese, yoghurt or other milk-based products except for infant milk, infant food or food required by humans or pets for medical reasons.
What do I need to take my motorhome to France?
Rules for Driving in France with a Motorhome
- A valid full driving license (Valid UK license is fine)
- The original registration document of the car (check this with the motorhome owner)
- A motor insurance certificate.
Can I bring cheese back from France after Brexit?
If you are travelling in the EU you can carry meat or dairy products with you as long as they are for your own personal consumption. This also applies to plants or plant products, such as cut flowers, fruit or vegetables as long as they have been grown in an EU country and are free from pests or disease.
Can I take tins of beans to France?
As for the rules on plants and plant products, they essentially refer to fresh plants, vegetables and fruits etc, so you can bring in for example rolled porridge oats (but not whole oat seed suitable for planting), you can bring in teabags, but not fresh whole, unfermented tea leaves, and roasted coffee beans are …
Can you bring cheese into France from UK?
As a general rule, you cannot bring meat, meat products, milk and milk products (e.g. charcuterie, cheese, yogurt) into the EU. You must declare any animal products you have in your luggage and present them to Customs.
What food can I take to EU after Brexit?
You could travel with bread but not a sandwich, as you cannot bring even a small amount of butter, meat, or cheese that would be included inside it. Fresh fruit, vegetables and cut flowers are also all banned, so you cannot keep an apple or a banana in your pocket as a snack.
Can I take meat to France after Brexit?
You can no longer take products of animal origin, such as any food or drink contain meat or dairy, or plants and plant products into the EU in your luggage, vehicle, or person.
Can I bring cheese back from France?
Banned from EU: apples, beef, cheese and other items you cannot take in baggage.
Can I send chocolate to France from UK?
So items such as cheeses and fruits are out of the question. Additionally, items such as cakes or chocolates are also tough to send as they are likely to melt in a hot weather or shipping depots in France that are not always air conditioned.
Can I take food to France on Eurotunnel?
When planning what to bring on a long car ride, don’t forget about feeding yourself, your passengers, and pets. Travelling with Eurotunnel Le Shuttle means you can have snacks in the car with you, but please be aware of what you can and cannot bring now that the UK is not part of the European Union rules apply.