Beer Info FAQ

Do you have to declare food at Canada Customs?

Do you have to declare food at Canada Customs?

You are required by law to declare all food, plant and animal products you bring with you into Canada. For instance, you must declare: live animals and animal products, such as cooked or raw meats, hides, skins, trophies, milk, fat, butter, cheese, eggs, fish, seafood.

What kind of food can I bring into Canada?

Bringing food into Canada from any other country Bread, pastries, cakes, fruit pies, biscuits and baked goods (cannot contain meat) — 20 kilograms. Condiments and confectionary (no meat) — 20 kilograms. Dairy — 20 kilograms. Only cheese is permitted.

What certain goods are not allowed to be imported into Canada?

Certain goods are not allowed to be imported into Canada. This includes the obvious such as child pornography and hate propaganda, as well as less obvious items such as used mattresses and some used automobiles.