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Norway Christmas Box - Nordic Holiday Bundle with Surprise Gift

Norway Christmas Box - Nordic Holiday Bundle with Surprise Gift

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This is a box filled with typical Norwegian foods that many Norwegian use and eat as a part of their Christmas traditions. 

What's inside?
(1) Nidar Laban Seigmenn og Seigdamer - People Shaped Christmas Gummies 260 Grams (9.2 oz) - These jelly flavored men and women come in five different fresh flavors; pineapple, orange, apple, raspberry and lemon. It is a sweet and chewy treat that's enjoyed by many families during Christmas and about 100 million are consumed each year! The meaning behind Laban is to enjoy life while having fun and not taking it or yourself too seriously as you should during the Holiday Season!
(1) Carletti Juleskum - Carletti Christmas Marshmallows 70 Grams (2.5 oz) - Inside this red bag, you'll find marshmallows in the shapes of Santa Claus, Christmas trees, and Christmas bells which are vanilla and strawberry flavored. Top off your hot chocolate, roast over an open fire, or include them in your annual gingerbread house. 
(1) Luxus Pepperkaker Pepperkakehjerter - Luxus Gingerbread Heart Cookies 250 Grams (8.8 oz) - This box of joy is filled with gingerbread cookies in the shape of hearts. They are thin with a crunch which is a perfect treat during the Christmas rush. Norwegians add these hearts as ornaments on their tree and we suggest using these in s'mores or just simply as they are.
(2) Freia Kvikk Lunsj - Chocolate Covered Wafer Bars 47 Grams (1.65 oz) -  This is a piece of Norway! This bar dates back to 1937 where it's loved throughout the whole country. This isn't anything like a KitKat and once you've had one of these, you will never go back! The bar is creamy, rich in flavor, and has a great crunch!
(1) Nidar Julemarsipan Julegris med Sjokolade - Nidar Christmas Marzipan Pig with Chocolate 60 Grams (2.1 oz) - This chocolate covered marzipan pig has had the same recipe since 1915. Nidar only uses the finest almonds and that is why it has become a major part of the Christmas tradition.  Why is it a pig? In the past, it was a custom to slaughter a pig at Christmas which symbolized a good meal. It is a tradition to have risengrøt where an almond is placed inside and whoever has the almond, wins the julegris! 
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