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Northern Ireland customs forms

Importing food from Northern Ireland post brexit

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Hi all, wondered if anyone could help with post Brexit customs forms please?

I have a client who is an online food retailer.

She has had quite a few customers in the past from Northern Ireland.  I know  post Brexit businesses in Great Britain will not have to complete new customs processes until the end of the month.  I have then found quite a vague mention that certain foods would be excluded from this but no list of what food.

A customer wants to order aprox £70 of sealed long life granola, does anyone know which forms, if any she would have to fill in?

Thanks very much.

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By paul.benny
15th Mar 2021 08:58

NI>GB or GB>NI? The headline says one thing but the body of the question implies the opposite.

I don't think there are any special forms or procedures for shipping most goods manufactured in NI to GB.

See here:
https://www.gov.uk/guidance/moving-qualifying-goods-from-northern-irelan...

If you're going in the other direction, the guidance is in the same place.

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By Conquer accountancy
15th Mar 2021 10:22

Thanks, sorry for the confusion.
Definitely importing from ni to gb.

That’s what I have read so thank you for the confirmation

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