Shipping Info

Daniel le Chocolat Belge would like everyone to have ‘The Finest Chocolate Experience’ and there’s no better way then to enjoy Daniel’s scrumptious all natural Belgian Chocolates at home. Ship to your friends, family, co-workers or that someone special.

Where do we ship?

We ship our products anywhere in Canada and the United States. Unfortunately we do not ship outside North America.

How much does shipping cost?

Daniel will offer the lowest standard and expedited rates possible as shown in the table below. That rate will be based upon the final total purchased. Please contact our head office at 604-879-7782 for more shipping details.

For Canada

Order Value up to $50.00 Order value $50 – $100.00 Order value over $100.00
Regular Post Express Post Regular Post Express Post Regular Post Express Post
$12.50 $25.00 $15.00 $30.00 $17.50 $37.50

For United States

Order Value up to $50.00 Order value $50 – $100.00 Order value over $100.00
Regular Post Expedited Regular Post Expedited Regular Post Expedited
$18.00 $30.00 $22.00 $45.00 $25.00 $55.00

How long does it take to process my order?

Since Daniel strives to make the freshest chocolate with only all natural ingredients with no additives or preservatives we do not make orders before we receive them. Please allow 1-2 business days for the factory to make your order fresh and get it packed up. At Christmas this processing time may take up to 3-4 days.

How long does shipping take?

The mailing times provided are an estimate. All the estimated days are referred to business days; weekends and holidays are not included. When shipping within Canada the standard shipping times are as follow:

Canada Shipping times

Destination Regular Service
(Business days)
Express Post
(Business days)
British Columbia, Alberta 3 2
Manitoba, Saskatchewan 5 2
Ontario, Yukon, Northwest Territories 7 2
Quebec 8 2
New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, PEI, Newfoundland 10 3

United States Shipping times

When shipping in the United States please allow 4-7 business days for delivering. All parcels bound to the United States pass through customs and may be subject to delays.