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Are any of the products Kosher?

Gifts containing only fruit are considered Kosher. Please contact our Customer Care Team with any additional questions

Can I send alcoholic beverages within Europe? Is alcohol considered an appropriate gift?

The gift of an alcoholic beverage like good wine, Champagne, fine spirits, or Belgian beer is usually acceptable and quite appreciated in Europe. Due to local regulations, Denmark, Finland, Norway, and Sweden do not allow alcohol to be shipped into their countries. GiftsForEurope has many alternative non-alcoholic gifts available.

What are the most common allergies that I have to take into account when ordering chocolate?

The most common allergies are to peanuts, tree nuts (almonds, hazelnuts, walnuts, macadamias, etc.), milk, soy lecithin, eggs, and gluten. Although the evidence is slim, some people may be allergic to chocolate itself. People with nut allergies should not eat chocolates since the nut oils transfer from mold to mold. Chocolate gifts should also not be sent to anyone who is allergic to chocolate itself or to those who are allergic to any ingredients or potential ingredient traces in a product.

Can people be allergic to chocolate?

It is possible to be allergic to chocolate, but true chocolate allergies are very rare. It is much more likely someone will be allergic to an ingredient in a chocolate product.

Do you make your own gifts?

GiftsForEurope does not contract with 3rd party vendors. We prepare all our gifts in our dedicated warehouse in Belgium. Rest assured, the GiftsforEurope gift you choose will be delivered as pictured on the website.