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Wolt investors deliver extra €110 million in funding

Finnish food delivery service Wolt has announced an additional €110 million funding from investors to drive its international growth. The company started in 2014 by...

Finns love coffee – but how much is too much?

It's no secret that Finns love coffee. In fact, Finns consume 12kg of coffee each per year, making them the second biggest country in the...

What’s on the menu? Finland’s favourite lunch foods revealed

It looks like Finns might be making some healthy choices when it comes to their lunches. A new survey for Fazer Food Services found that...

Finland decides: strawberry jam, or almond paste?

Finns celebrate Shrove Tuesday today - known as Laskiainen in Finnish. It's a celebration of late winter, and the start of the Easter period, and...

New lunch experiment serves cold comfort for conscripts

They say an army marches on its stomach, but the Finnish army might not be marching very far based on what some conscripts are...

Lidl issues meat recall over salmonella concerns

Supermarket chain Lidl has issued a product recall for Bergmann minced beef. The 1kg product was sold in stores during the last two weeks. It...

The busiest day of the year for… pizza deliveries!

Seems like many people in Finland are taking it easy on 1st of January, as it's the nation's busiest day for pizza deliveries! Finns are...

Finland’s first vegan burger chain is changing the menu for meat-free...

Finland's first ever vegan burger chain launched today in Helsinki with three locations. Bun2Bun has been open since spring this year cooking traditional meat patties,...

More meat, more veggies, more special diets: here’s what Finland is...

Are you a meat lover? Have you eaten meatballs, steak or sausages today? A new study finds that Finns eat an average of 520g of...

Tackling poverty and waste, new Helsinki supermarket offers surplus food at...

More than 400 million kilos of edible food is thrown away every year in Finland, even as campaigners say there's still too much food...