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Will I have to pay a large customs charge for bringing lots of food in my suitcase?


I am moving to CH and am afraid that the Asian foods I like will not be readily available in CH so I am planning to pack my suitcases with food.

Will I be required to pay a sizeable customs duty on this stuff when I arrive?

Is there any way to estimate what kind of charge I will have to pay at the airport when I arrive?
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