Scandilicious

Berries, oily fish, and sweets: Scandinavian food is having a moment. But will it last?

By Steffi Dellner  

It has taken a while for Scandinavian food to make its way into our kitchens, but recently, the fish-rich, berry-laden diet has repeatedly hit the headlines.  First, there was the heralding of New Nordic Cuisine, pioneered by Noma in Copenhagen. Then, last month there was the report from the Swedish newspaper Aftonbladet that the Swedish food market alone totalled almost 300 million pounds in the UK last year.

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