eine erneute nachfrage im dezember 2018 ergab folgende antwort des Isländischen Zollamts
Travellers may import duty-free up to 3 kg of food, including candy, not exceeding the value of ISK 25.000
Excess food is charged as follows:
• Meat products 974,- ISK. per kilo,
• cheeses and dairy products 932,- ISK. per kilo
• other foodstuffs 106,- ISK. per kilo.
Please find more information regarding travelling to Iceland, duty free allowance and such, on our website: https://www.tollur.is/english/…celand/duty-free-imports/
If you bring more than 3 kg of food per person you will have to go to the RED gate and pay.
The following food products are prohibited from importation :
• Uncooked meat and various meat products e.g. dried meat, uncooked smoked ham, bacon, saddle of pork, smoked uncooked sausages (e.g. salami), uncooked poultry etc.
Meat and meat products have to be fully cooked in order to be allowed into the country.
• Uncooked milk/milk products (should be pasteurized) Milk and milk products must be pasteurized but it is permitted to import 1 kg of unpasteurised cheese.
• uncooked eggs
If in doubt customs officers can decide to prohibit any unknown products, for example products that do not have sufficient labels or have been removed from the original wrapping.
Alma Dögg Sigurvinsdóttir