How to send chocolate
guide to sending chocolate
Can I send chocolate via parcel courier?
Unfortunately the answer is no.
This is because of a number of reasons. The first is that most chocolate has a shelf life of less than 6 months, meaning it is a perishable item. Perishable items are banned on all of our couriers prohibited items lists, including our own at . The second reason is because chocolate has a melting point that is lower than body temperature. So, the risk of the chocolate melting on its journey is very high. This not only poses a disruption risk to the courier but also poses the high risk that the receiver will receive the item not in its original state.
Can I send chocolate within the UK?
The rules and reasons stated above cover the whole of UK parcel services. So unfortunately, not.
Can I send chocolate internationally?
Unfortunately, the answer is still no. The possibility of the chocolate meeting its melting point is greater if the parcel is sent internationally as the journey will take longer to an international destination.
Does offer parcel services for sending gifts?
Yes, here at we will send your parcel if it is classed as a gift. But this will only be accepted if the contents of the gift parcel is not on the prohibited items list, this includes perishable items.
If the contents of your gift parcel are not a perishable item or on the prohibited items list. Visit out free instant quote calculator here to browse and book one of our services.
Can I contact you for advice on my parcel and discuss my options?
Yes of course! Our friendly customer care team are on hand Monday-Friday 9:30am-5:00pm to help you with any questions you have. We are happy to be there for you every step of the way in booking a parcel delivery service with us.
To contact us directly visit our contact page here.