With covid delays throughout the postal systems worldwide and lockdowns within certain countries we want to make sure your order will get to you in time. We would highly recommend tracked shipping to accompany your orders so you are kept updated with your orders whereabouts.
With the recent changes to export in regards to Brexit, please note that we are experiencing slight delays shipping EU orders.
Thank you so much for your continued support.
SORTEDfood Membership is available worldwide. We are able to ship our cookbooks to the below countries listed.
We currently ship to the following countries with the estimated timings:
United Kingdom (1-5 days)
Europe (3-7 days): Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland.
Zone 1 (1-3 weeks):* United States of America.
Zone 2 (1-4 weeks)*: Australia, Canada, New Zealand, United Arab Emirates, Hong Kong, Iceland, Norway, Singapore, Liechtenstein.
Orders placed before 8:30am will be shipped same day in most cases. Please note UK Bank holidays where our office and warehouse are shut- orders will ship the next working day.
Example shipping costs:
Updated: 20th January 2021
Shipping costs are calculated in your shopping cart depending on the product and destination. UK, Europe and Zone 1 (U.S.) have the option for an economy service or tracked service. If you opt for a tracked service you will be mailed with the tracking code as soon as your order has shipped so you can keep an eye on it.
Prices for a standard book are estimated at:
|Zone 1 U.S.||£8.80||£14.35|
|Zone 2 Rest of World||Not Available||£13.60|
Customs and import duty
All prices include VAT.
In rare cases customs and import duties may be charged once the package reaches its destination country. Any charges must be paid by the person recieving the package. We have no control over these charges as it varies from country to country. If you’re concerned about this, get in touch with your local customs office.