Advice Required for Posting Chocolates

Found 29th May 2018
Wanted some advice on how to post out Chocolate Truffles. The truffles are stored in the fridge and are taken out 1 hour before serving at room temperature. I am looking into the idea of posing out chocolate truffles via postal service (royal mail, hermes etc) and was wondering what is the best way to do this without the packaging damaging and without the Truffles being affected? What packaing can be used?

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It would need specific packaging to keep it cool, this would increase the bulk somewhat.

Try these? Oakland
Just curious but why do you need to post frozen truffles
hethekid1 h, 52 m ago

Just curious but why do you need to post frozen truffles

Op’s wife wants to start up a chocolate truffle business from home
Dry ice? = very expensive and need specialist handling £25 fee at least plus shipping costs.
I order frozen raw pet food online. It is delivered using 24 hour courier and packaged in a polystyrene box to keep the cold in.
Thanks all. Will give the couriers a call and hopefully get something arranged.
My sister posted to me some freshly made mini cakes/pastries from Italy for my birthday a couple of weeks ago.

She put them in the freezer first and they were packaged between two sturdy, rigid cardboard trays and enclosed in like gift paper. They got here the next day (used express shipping) and looked alright. They didn't got smashed or anything.

My advice is to check the courier/RM allow fresh food beforehand (otherwise they might destroy the parcel... you never know) and use the fastest shipping available.
Edited by: "hearts22" 30th May 2018
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