Is there some general, definitive EU regulation about bringing fruits from outside of EU? My flight will be São Paulo, Brazil - Paris - Frankfurt - Katowice (Poland), but I'm more interested if there is a general rule.
I found some information on the internet but it's mostly vague, for example this leaflet from France customs says
potatoes, soil, seeds
The following products are AUTHORISED importation based on certain conditions
fruits, vegetables, certain flowers
They must meet all of the following conditions
- be stored in personal luggage
- be intended for personal consumption
- not pose a health hazard
- not be banned from importation
- small quantities
The potential health hazard and risk of spreading harmful organisms varies depending on the country of origin and the type of plant.
There is already a question Do I have to declare my fruits flying into the EU?, but it seems Netherlands-specific.
I'm planning to bring several typical Brazilian fruits like starfruit, atemoya, graviola and mangaba, everything for personal use.