Dear friends of Brazil, find all your favorite French products delivered directly to your home: everyday products, salty groceries, sweet groceries, but also delicatessen: French foie gras, antipasti, spreads and canned fish. Our cookies and chocolates will be delivered quickly and safely to your home and will be the delight of both young and old expatriates.

It will be all the flavors and French products in delivery wherever you are.

You will be able to browse our site, order and pay in complete security.

Your order of French products will be delivered with care and speed in all the cities of Brazil: from Sao Paulo to Brasilia, via Rio de Janeiro, Salvador de Bahia, Fortaleza and Belo Horizonte.

When you choose Brazil as your delivery country, you must make sure that your items will be allowed to enter.

The Brazilian government controls the entry of animal and plant products into the country.
In Brazil animal and vegetable goods cannot enter Brazil without prior authorization from Vigiagro and/or without sanitary certification.  Certain products such as alcohol, oil, chocolate, vinegar, rice, cereals, fruit juices... cannot be imported into Brazil without prior authorization and a sanitary certificate.
The recipient is therefore required to present an import license prior to transport. It is therefore necessary to inquire with ANVISA (National Agency of Sanitary Vigilance), to know the restrictions and what is necessary to import the food(s) you wish to order.

Brazil has strict customs regulations, when you choose Brazil as your country of delivery, you must make sure that your items will be allowed to enter, as well as the different demands that the customs may require from the recipient.

Customs may ask the recipient for a number of documents such as: a copy of passport, a residence visa ....

The import of alcohols, mineral oils and honey is prohibited: https://crossborder.fedex.com/us/assets/prohibited-restricted/brazil/index.shtml

The consignee may be required to present an import license prior to transport.
The import license must be obtained by the consignee from SECEX, the Brazilian government agency responsible for foreign trade.
Regarding customs duties, you can use the following link: http://madb.europa.eu/madb/euTariffs.htm

The importer or customer will have to check the import conditions of the products purchased from the local customs (restrictions, prohibition, taxes).