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Can we take fruit in with our hand luggage in Poland? Some countries won't allow it


Irwin
9 Jul 2012 #1
We're flying to Lodz in a few days. Can we take fruit in with our hand luggage? Some countries won't allow it.

Thanks
Harry
9 Jul 2012 #2
Where are you flying from?
jon357 71 | 20,041
9 Jul 2012 #3
In theory no. In practice they don't check hand luggage on arrival.
pip 10 | 1,659
9 Jul 2012 #4
If they see it when going through the x ray- they will take it.

it is your choice if you want to try and sneak it through.
jon357 71 | 20,041
9 Jul 2012 #5
Yes. I'd suggest putting it in the checked-in luggage where it won't be so conspicuous. I sometimes bring exotic fruit like mangosteens, rambutans, fresh lychees etc fback from the Middle East or a friend who always asks for them. I always put them in the suitcase and haven't had any problems.
teflcat 5 | 1,032
9 Jul 2012 #6
Durian is not a good idea.
OP Irwin
9 Jul 2012 #7
Thanks, we're flying from Liverpool.
teflcat 5 | 1,032
9 Jul 2012 #8
Sorry for being nosy but why are you bringing fruit to Poland in Summer?
OP Irwin
9 Jul 2012 #9
Thanks so much for your suggestions, we'll give it a try.
Worst case - they'll have a few free oranges and apples, and we'll starve for a couple of days.
Thanks again
jon357 71 | 20,041
9 Jul 2012 #10
You can easily get both oranges and apples here. But since you're coming in the summer you might enjoy the local raspberries, cherries, blueberries, wild strawberries etc. Usually cheaper than in the UK.
teflcat 5 | 1,032
9 Jul 2012 #11
Don't forget the Levis Irwin!
NorthMancPolak 4 | 648
9 Jul 2012 #12
Durian is not a good idea.

Hehe, I love those Singaporean signs :)

I think the OP has been watching too many of those customs programmes. Some comedians really ought to do a send-up of Australian border security :D


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