How to pack the foodstuffs correctly
Here's a step-by-step on how to pack your foods so that they arrive safely at the destination:
- Wrap the foods in sheets of newspaper (or bubble wrap) in such a way that they protect against possible shocks. We recommend to pack glass-wrapped products in special polystyrene protective cellars.
- Insert the food products in a special carton for shipping: the package must be of an appropriate size (not excessively large), without further labels or external addresses that may confuse the courier and with an excellent multi-layered packaging.
- Place the food in the cardboard box and fill in any gaps with newspapers or other lightweight filler so that the products cannot slip inside the box.
- Seal the package with adhesive tape, reinforcing the corners and, if necessary, wrapping it with parchment paper.
- Insert the transport document and customs documents in an envelope and attach it prominently on the packaging.
Observe carefully the listed up signs for a proper packing. These can ensure safe transport for the foods that you want to send. If you send the goods abroad (outside the EU), please inform you in advance on customs regulations and import policy of the country of destination. In some countries, the import of animal products such as bacon or cheese are strictly prohibited.