Welcome to another edition of our monthly newsletter.
It's was a shaky day here in Wellington yesterday. Luckily we managed to get our Food delivered prior to the roads clogging up :-) Lots of favourites back in stock and some new products on the shelves as well.
In this newsletter we have:
- New products
- The winner of last months competition
- Xmas planning - wish list - last few days
- Short Date Sales
- This Months Featured Product
So many new flavours to try... where do I start...
Back in stock: Fiskemandens Curry Herring, K-Salat Remoulade, Coarse Remoulade, Odense Nougat, Singoalla and Kims Skruer (in a larger 150g bag).
We have also received a shipment from our other distributors: VP Dill Herring, Daim Bags , Amanda Mackerel Snack , Fazer Rye and much more back in stock.
And the winner from last month's "Give us you opinion and be in to win!" promotion is:
Congratulations to Anna Hannerfors who won our gift box full of goodies last month. I hope you are enjoying the treats.
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Ho Ho Ho - It's that time of year!
Thank YOU to all of you who have sent in your Xmas wish list to Santa. Our order is about to be sent off to the northern hemisphere next week. Any last minute wishes?
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.
Further price reductions on Kalles Kaviar, VP Mustard Herring and Sprats - Scandinavian Anchovies.
For more Short Date Sales and other Bargains, please visit our Bargain Bin
This month’s featured product:
Cloudberry Jam - An arctic exclusive delicacy!
Hjortron - English common names include cloudberry, bakeapple, knotberry, averin and evron
Cloudberries occur naturally throughout the Northern Hemisphere.The ripe fruits are golden-yellow, soft and juicy, and are rich in vitamin C. When eaten fresh, cloudberries have a distinctive tart taste. When over-ripe, they have a creamy texture somewhat like yogurt and a sweetened flavour. They are often made into jams, juices, tarts, and liqueurs.
In Finland, the berries are eaten with heated "leipäjuusto" (a local cheese; the name translates to "bread-cheese"), as well as lots of cream and sugar.
In Sweden, cloudberries and cloudberry jam are used as a topping for ice cream, pancakes, and waffles as well as deep fried camembert.
In Norway, they are often mixed with whipped cream and sugar to be served as a dessert called "Multekrem" (Cloudberry cream), as a jam or as an ingredient in homemade ice cream. They may also be added to cakes that often contain marzipan.
This month's Special: $22.00