These sweets are loved for the taste of juicy Finnish wild blueberries that is accentuated by meadowsweet
- Hand-picked berries transformed into delicious handmade sweets
- Real flavour of rare arctic berries of Finnish Lapland
- Easy to take for quick energy
- Perfect during a hike, cycling trip or other sports activity
These sweets are made completely from scratch by hand. From the moment the wild berry is hand-picked in the unpolluted forest in Lapland to when the label is placed on the bag: every moment is carried out with care and love for the final product.
The handmade sweets are produced in small batches, ensuring a consistent high quality and fresh ingredients.
The sweets contain rapidly absorbable sugars composed of 100% natural ingredients. The final product is bursting with natural flavours from the wild nature of Lapland to the very last bit. These sweets melt in the mouth and will taste better than anything you've tasted before. They are easy to take and give the necessary energy very quickly. And kids love them!
Have a sweet and you will take a journey to the lush scents and flavours of a blueberry forest. The taste of juicy Finnish wild blueberries (bilberries, Vaccinium myrtillus) is accentuated by meadowsweet; an intoxicating midsummer herb found from moist birch forests.
Fun fact: Aspirin got its name from the former scientific name of meadowsweet, Spiraea ulmaria. In the early 1800s, salicylic acid was found in the flower buds of meadow sweet and the bark of white willow. In 1899 the medical company Bayer used it to develop an anti-inflammatory pain killer, Aspirin.
All the berries and herbs used in this product come from the clean nature of Finnish Lapland.
Wild berries from the clean, unpolluted & untouched nature of Finnish Lapland; 100% natural
Great as a snack, aperitif and dessert
Superb natural snack during a sports activity
No chemicals, artificial colours or aromatic agents
Ingredients: Sugar, glucose syrup (WHEAT and/or corn), water, 22% bilberry (Vaccinium myrtillus), meadowsweet (Spiraea ulmaria), jellying agent (pectin), acidity regulator (lemonacid)
||1213 kj/ 289 kcal
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|Salt, naturally contained