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
9. November 2020
An MMA Champion and a Master of Science From now until the title fight in February, the Venator Fighting Championship in Milan, Italy, our MMA Champion […]
7. November 2020
JustSweet in portion packs seems to be a “hit”! When this year’s main initiative that for us has been the distribution of green specialty coffee does […]
6. November 2020
It’s not easy to launch new products under the ongoing pandemic, but it helps to have the right product. Isolation, lockdown, and quarantines mean that people […]
27. September 2020
A little more competition, more variety than what we have in Norway. A Norwegian would say that when they see Claudia Münch JustSweet in the stores […]
11. September 2020
It is no the smartest to use Norwegian ski stars in advertising campaigns when the market is not in Norway. Marit Bjørgen seems to be a […]
4. August 2020
In connection with sponsoring MMA Champion, Tony Fox,we have created an energy drink that will have what you find in most energy drinks on the […]
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.