Yes, you can send food as long as it's not perishable (expiration date is less than 10 days) or requires any kind of particular conditions for it's transportation. But remember, since food is a restricted item, it is excluded from compensation in case of damage or loss.
If you are interested in including food and/or beverages in your shipment, you must make sure that they have a date of expiration greater than 10 days, and that they do not require any kind of specific temperature, humidity or storage conditions.
We do not recommend you to include other kinds of items with food, since they will also not be covered by insurance: Articles without insurance coverage.
In addition, please bear in mind that each country has its own restrictions regarding the shipment of food and beverages (completely vorbidden or requiring specific permits), so we urge you to check with the legislation the chosen country of destination before purchasing a service.
Some examples of food that cannot be sent are:
Some examples of food and beverages allowed:
- Tinned food
- Instant Soup
- Raw pasta