American products in Finland?

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Post by SediaAmore » Wed Jul 21, 2004 2:55 pm

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SuomionParas
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Re: American products in Finland?

Post by SuomionParas » Fri Sep 17, 2004 5:49 pm

The peanut butter in Finland is horrible...that's why I started putting nutella on everything hehe (well almost everything). No offence, but you are in a different country....you should eat their foods. I'm sure you do, but I think you can go without the American foods for awhile.
PS. If you're in Tampere behind McDonald's there is a very nice (fancy) restaurant that serves EXCELLENT fish (kala) and reindeer (poro)


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Re: American products in Finland?

Post by minni.saxton » Sat Jan 04, 2014 11:20 pm

The Kraft foods found in Finland have been modified. Most Kraft products contain many substances banned in Europe, since America allows harmful GMO's and food additives and colorings to be added to their foods.
Minni Karoliina


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