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Hi im going to Switzerland in 2 weeks- can I carry milk in my suitcase??

bradzgoingskiing Avatar
2y, 2w agoPosted 2 years, 2 weeks ago
Hi im going to Switzerland in 2 weeks and i'm just wondering does anybody know weather your aloud to take milk in your suitcase. Not your hand luggage, suitcase. i ask this because i dont want to get stopped at the airport. I only want to take milk because i always have a upset stomach when i drink milk abroad. Thank you
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2y, 2w agoPosted 2 years, 2 weeks ago
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#1
lol. you'll be fine
#2
So good you said it twice.
#3
No worries in checked bags.
http://www.britishairways.com/en-gb/information/baggage-essentials/liquids-and-restrictions.
However, I'd wrap them well in case your case is abused by the baggage handlers!
#4
You will be very popular if they leak. oO
#5
we were not allowed any liquid through airports except medicines. everyone was asked to drink all their water bottles before going through security.

liquids in your haul luggage is fine but you have to risk it being spilled during transit so make sure you wrap it up carefully. you may be better off buying milk when you get there as milk is in abundance pretty much every where around the globe?

Edited By: mutley1 on Jan 04, 2015 16:20
#6
switzerland may not allow it,the US doesnt llow food products, so i wouldnt risk it. take a box of immodium?
#7
espirit77
switzerland may not allow it,the US doesnt llow food products, so i wouldnt risk it. take a box of immodium?

this is very true. some countries do not allow any diary products. Australia in particular was very particular about what you can bring in.
#8
It will be fine if its in you suitcase and checked into the hold. As others have stated wrap it well. Maybe put the carton in a tupperware container with some cold gel packs to keep fresh if its just normal milk. UHT will be fine though. Have a lovely trip :3
#9
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#10
does this mean you won't be gorgeing on swiss chocolat? poor you x
#11
Gotta love a triple homophone string :D
#12
Switzerland allows importation of dairy from EU.
#13
I think Brad just wanted us all to know that he is going skiing.:|
#14
mutley1
we were not allowed any liquid through airports except medicines. everyone was asked to drink all their water bottles before going through security.

liquids in your haul luggage is fine but you have to risk it being spilled during transit so make sure you wrap it up carefully. you may be better off buying milk when you get there as milk is in abundance pretty much every where around the globe?

But it tastes weird in some places. My friend Sam who is a milk addict says Spanish milk tastes like udders...
#15
therealslimkaty
mutley1
we were not allowed any liquid through airports except medicines. everyone was asked to drink all their water bottles before going through security.

liquids in your haul luggage is fine but you have to risk it being spilled during transit so make sure you wrap it up carefully. you may be better off buying milk when you get there as milk is in abundance pretty much every where around the globe?

But it tastes weird in some places. My friend Sam who is a milk addict says Spanish milk tastes like udders...

when we stayed in spain for 3 weeks, we bought fresh milk from the supermarkets and never noticed any difference. having said that we normally drink long life milk in the UK.
#16
mutley1
therealslimkaty
mutley1
we were not allowed any liquid through airports except medicines. everyone was asked to drink all their water bottles before going through security.

liquids in your haul luggage is fine but you have to risk it being spilled during transit so make sure you wrap it up carefully. you may be better off buying milk when you get there as milk is in abundance pretty much every where around the globe?

But it tastes weird in some places. My friend Sam who is a milk addict says Spanish milk tastes like udders...

when we stayed in spain for 3 weeks, we bought fresh milk from the supermarkets and never noticed any difference. having said that we normally drink long life milk in the UK.

She drinks pints a day in the UK and lives in Spain or other EU countries several months per year and cant drink Spanish, Greek etc milk, lol.

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