Welcome to another edition of our monthly newsletter. In this newsletter we have:
SweNZ Taste is turning 4!
We are very proud to announce that we are turning 4 years this month! To help you celebrate with us we are offering 5% off any order over $50 and 10% off any order over $150! For this month only.
Day of the meatball - 23 August.
Sweden is celebrating the day of the meatball on August the 23rd. Swedish meatballs should be complimented by Lingonberry Jam, Cream Sauce and Mashed Potatoes - Just like mum used to serve them - Yum!
Sweden-New Zealand Association 50 years!!
As I think I mentioned in a previous newsletter, the Sweden-New Zealand Association in Wellington is turning 50 this year. They have moved their celebration from August to 1st November and are looking for stallholders on the day, are you a keen crafter or sell any other Scandinavian influenced goods you may be keen to come and sell-showcase on the day? Let me know and I will put you in contact with the right person. We will be there!!
Introducing Emil and Ida of Lönneberga
Emil is one of Scandinavia's most popular Astrid Lindgrens children's book characters. Emil is a kind prankster who lives on a farm in the district of Lönneberga in Småland,Sweden. He has fair hair and blue eyes and looks like an angel, but is not, as he also has a prodigious knack for getting into trouble. Contrary to what most people around him think, Emil is not malicious, but does not think about the consequences of his actions. He even states at one point that "you don't make up pranks, they just happen". The books have been published in 44 languages.
Short Date Sale:
As always we have some items coming up with Short Best Before date. Please note Best Before Date is different from Expiry Date. For more information see this link.
Discontinued Stock sale:
Newly added Short Date:
For more Short Date Sales and other Bargains, please visit our Bargain Bin
This Months Featured Product
Fried onion, Yellow onions are used both as a spice and as a vegetable.
In Scandinavia we love our Fried Onions. They are sometimes referred to as roasted despite actually being fried, which is due to their crisp appearance - quite different from the soft onions coming straight out of the frying pan.
Go to any hot dog stand in Scandinavia and when they ask if you want fried onions - this is what you get. Crispy Fried onion - yum!
Serve with hot dogs or hamburgers - a must for your Danish Open Sandwich.
Usually: $5.50 - This Month Special: $4.00
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Posted: Sun 03 Aug 2014