Restrictions for some
We have arranged very competitive rates with FED EX which
are reflected in our delivery costs. The first kilogram of a consignment
is the most expensive since it includes the actual collection and
delivery costs for the package. Additional items can be added at
a much lower rate because the only extra cost is that of the aircraft
fuel. Unfortunately due to the different rates for different countries
our site is unable yet to calculate the cost. However to make it
easier or you please use the options below.
Deliveries to Zones 1-4 are subject to VAT on delivery charges.
Please do give us a call or e-mail and we will
be happy to give you a quote.
We also offer a 'Road Express Rate' where your parcel is
sent by van/lorry. Again please e-mail us if you
require a quote for this service.
It is split into 5 Zones:
Ireland, Belgium, Netherlands,
Luxembourg - £21.00 for first kilogramme and £1.00 for each
additional 500grammes (subject to VAT). Overnight
France, Channel Islands
and Germany - £22.00 for first kilogramme and £1.50 for each
additional 500grammes (subject to VAT).
Spain, Sweden, Portugal,
Austria, Denmark, Finland, Greece and Italy - £23.00 for first
kilogramme and £2.00 for each additional 500grammes (subject
1-2 day delivery
Rep, Estonia, Poland - £24.00 for first kilogramme and £2.00
for each additional 500grammes (subject to VAT). 2
Canada, Switzerland, Bulgaria,
Ukraine, Romania and Russia - £26.00 for first kilogramme and
£2.00 for each additional 500grammes (NOT subject to VAT).
2-3 day delivery
Other countries please ask for a quote and we will
be happy to provide a quick estimate for you - either by e-mail
or phone (020 8977 6868).
Restrictions for some
We are able to send orders worldwide using Fed Ex. However, every
country has its own import regulations and are these are subject
to change at any time. This is particularly true for dairy products
and alcohol. Therefore, all orders for worldwide destinations will
need to be confirmed before despatch. Please e-mail
us if you would like us to check the restrictions to your destination.
Restrictions to some popular destinations are listed below:
South Africa - no cheese allowed.
Australia: No dairy products allowed.
New Zealand: Two weeks notice required in order to obtain an import
licence, Only hard, whole cheeses can be sent. Personal consumption
China - needs certificate for health and
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