Small amounts of meat and dairy products for personal consumption from the 27 Member States of the EU and Andorra, Greenland, Iceland, the Faroe Islands, Liechtenstein, Norway, San Marino and Switzerland.
The applicable legislation is Commission Delegated Regulation (EU) 2019/2122 of 10 October 2019.
Plants and plant products (live plants, fruits, vegetables, flowers, seeds...) not included in Annex VI of R(UE) 2019/2072. They must be presented with an Official Phytosanitary Passport issued by the relevant authorities of the country of origin, except fruits which do not need to present said passport (coconuts, dates, durians, bananas and pineapples)
Furthermore, the entry of live plants and tubers may only be carried out through the Border Control Stations after a phytosanitary security check from the Plant Health Inspection Service.
The applicable legislation is Regulation CE 2031/2016 of the European Parliament and Council of 26th October 2016.
* From outside the EU you can bring a total of 1 litre of spirits over 22 % vol. or 1 litre of undenatured alcohol (ethyl alcohol) of 80% vol. (or over) or 2 litres of fortified or sparkling wine. Each of these amounts represents 100% of the total of this last allowance which you can split.
* These maximum amounts are permitted if the alcohol has been purchased in airport shops located after the security checkpoints or on board planes. In any other case, the regulations on liquids in hand luggage apply.