Does anyone ship grocery from other countries on a regular basis? I mean stuff like alcohol, pastry, frozen meat, etc. What are the options?
been using amazon for Turkish desserts and Japanese seasonings, and it seems like there could be a lot more stuff... if shipping is available.
don't have anything particular in mind. Best to have everything
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International Grocery Shipping?
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Anything you want reasonably fresh would be expensive express shipping.
I am not sure you can buy transport of frozen goods from other countries as end customer at all.
The Turkish and Japanese shops in the Helsinki region might be cheaper options for such items when you consider shipping costs, they also have frozen meat.
Mero Market in Iso Omena or Ararat in Kalasatama for Turkish groceries.
JK shop in Hakaniemi for Japanese seasonings.
There are likely more shops.