Our experience and expertise
Since 2003, we have imported and developed products that are or have been sold in all Norwegian daily stores and for convenience. In particular, we have good expertise in ingredients and natural products from South America.
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Years of Experience
26. June 2020
With the exception of the three smallest Brazilian states, Acre, Roraima and Amapá, our products will be found in 7 Brazilian supermarket chains, 1,450 stores, at […]
30. May 2020
You will not find many Norwegian products in Brazil, except for what is called “bacalau norueguês”. What we in Norway call clipfish. Except for that, very […]
28. April 2020
Slovenia has a special place in our hearts. We were there late 2018, in Ljubljana, with many excursions to sights Slovenia has to offer. Metod, Director […]
23. April 2020
IR-Implante Rio is a surgical dental clinic near the world famous beach in RIo de Janeiro, Copacabana. If you have an accident when you’re in Rio, […]
23. April 2020
Consumer demand for packaged coffee rose in March. Weekly sales of the beverage in the United States increased as much as 73% from 2019, according to […]
17. April 2020
If you live in Norway you may still need to use our online store if you are going on a low-carb diet, or try to lose […]
Some information about our products
- We were challenged by one of the World's largest companies specializing in bakery products. They asked if we were able to make a Chantilly cream with no added sugar, with a taste as good as their own cream with sugar! We took it two steps further and made it with 3 flavors.
- Wild rice was a nutritious dietary supplement for the natives of North America, in the areas around what is called "the Great Lakes". The name comes from Grey Owl, which was played by Pierce Brosnan in the 1999 film. Today, wild rice is a sought after delicacy used for soups, meat, fish and birds. It fits most things.
- We have many ingredients in powder form. Both lyophilized and spray dried, but with the exception of coffee, we prefer that the ingredients are spray dried. Spray drying often involves the use of Maltodextrin, but in most cases we avoid this. It's dependent on the product.