July Newsletter

July Newsletter

Welcome to another edition of our monthly newsletter.

The mid-year school holiday break is coming up and I'm sure many of you are planning ski tips and other holidays - So are we! But we will actually be away the week before the school holidays. Sven and our kids are very keen floorball (innebandy/salibandy) players and we are going to Sydney to represent Wellington Floorball in Sydney AFO 9-15July.

This shouldn't impact our deliveries to you too much. But if you have an urgent order that you need to get before the 15th July, please make sure to send it to us on or before Monday the 8th, so we can pack and send it off on the morning of the 9th.

In this newsletter we have

  • Anthon Berg Specials
  • Give us you opinion and be in to win!
  • PO Box deliveries
  • Xmas planning - wish list
  • Short Date Sales
  • This Months Featured Product

Anthon Berg Specials:

 

We have managed to get our hands on some Discounted Anthon Berg chocolates (please note, these are NOT short dated). We are passing the discounts we received straight to you! Be in quick - these wont last long!

Back in stock (at discounted price):

New products (at discounted price): 

 

Give us you opinion and be in to win!

We are looking at ways to improve the shopping experience on our website. Please help up by giving us your opinion and be in to win a gift box full of goodies from SweNZ Taste!

To enter please click on this link. Answer a few questions and as a Thank you we will put you in the draw for the gift box.

 

PO Box deliveries - now available

Some of you have asked us to delivery to you PO Box. Fastway cannot deliver to PO Boxes so we have previously not offered this service.

As we can see the benefit for you of picking up the parcel from your PO Box, we are trialling NZPost's 'ParcelPost tracking' to send to PO Boxes. 'ParcelPost tracking' is a bit more expensive that Fastway, hence we have created a new shipping option for PO Boxes. Please use this option to send to PO Box or if you just prefer to use NZPost for shipping :-)

Ho Ho Ho - It's that time of year!

We are busy getting our wishlists for Christmas off to the northern hemisphere. What do you wish for? Please send us your Xmas wishlist

Please note, this is NOT a pre-order form, just your wishes...

This month’s short date sale:

Please note Best Before Date is different from Expiry Date. For more information see this link.

 

For more Short Date Sales and other Bargains, please visit our Bargain Bin

This month’s featured product:

Fiskemandens Sild:

Spiced Herring is one of the most commonly used herring flavours in Denmark. But my personal favourite is the Sour Creme and Chives Herring - and Fiskemandens Urte Sild - it's addictive - it's probably the best Sour Creme and Chives Herring I've ever tasted!

The company was founded in 1987 by Jørgen Pedersen, who as manager had long experience in the fishing industry. Jørgen Pedersen established Tenax Herring with the ambition to create better products than those offered in the existing market. Quality should be uncompromised. The basis was - and is - the herring from the clean waters between Iceland and Norway.

"Herring is good" has fish wives shouted from the stalls for centuries. It is an old truth. Today it is the doctors who say it. Because herring is good for health. Real mature, fat harvesting herring tastes wonderful and it is healthy to eat. The best and coolest herring is caught in the icy seas between Iceland and Norway. It has a high content of Omega 3 fatty acids. The higher content of Omega 3, the better prevention of heart / vascular disease, and protection against atherosclerosis and thrombosis.
The fishing season is between September and December. The herring is called harvest herring, but can be purchased and eaten throughout the year because Tenax store the maturing herring in barrels for further processing at the plant in Nyborg.
Herring from Tenax Herring is treated with care, so as to ensure the high level of quality and good taste. The bold and large herring are filleted pre-salted and ripened in vinegar, water and salt. The brine is cooked with spices, vinegar, water and sugar. The flavors of the spices helps to further refine the herrings round and soft taste. Tenax has used their own recipes for more than 30 years and naturally without the use of artificial additives and preservatives. After 2 weeks in the marinade the herring is ready to be eaten and enjoyed with 'velbehag'

For more information vist: http://www.tenax.dk/

 
This month's Special: Spiced Herring (Krydderi Sild) and Sour Creme and Chives Herring (Urte Sild). Was $8.50, this month Special $7.00
 

Posted: Fri 05 Jul 2013

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