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bringing back some bits from Italy. What's allowed?

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My husband and I are very big foodies and very much looking forward to our honeymoon to Italy in less than 6 weeks. i came across a very good list of some top markets in Italy and it got me to thinking. What are we allowed to bring back with us to Ireland?

When we were in London last year for a few days we were at the borough market and there was so much things i wanted to bring home like oils and herbs but wasn't sure what we were allowed to take back so didn't buy anything and we were well disappointed.

Does anyone know what we are able to bring back food wise (dried food obviously).

Much appreciated.

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