Finnish Food Links
Finnish Food in the Internet
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Finnish food in the U.S.
There are several Finnish food brands available in the U.S. Some products like Finncrisps, Finlandia cheese and Benecol are available in regular grocery stores. Other delicacies are primarily available through online stores. For those craving Finnish rye bread, you can order by email from Nordic Breads.
Benecol products, available at grocery stores in the U.S.
Online store where you can find berry products and candies.
Different varieties of Finnish cheese that can be found at grocery stores in the U.S. International equivalent to Valio.
Finnish crisp bread, available at grocery stores.
This guide provides a list of Finnish food, candies and Finnish food substitutes available in the U.S.
Online store that has Fazer candies, Paulig coffee, jams and crisp bread available.
Online store that has, for instance, Finnish cheese, gift baskets and jams.
Scandinavian online store that sells food assortments, baking needs, spices, beverages, breads, cheeses, cookies, mixes, seafood, sweets and vegetables.
Online store that sells Panda licorice.
Online store that has some Finnish products, such as Finn Crisp and Panda licorice. However, you have to know what you’re looking for!
Brothers Simo and Tuomas Kuusisto are baking Finnish rye bread in New York. They sell rye bread and other breads at the Port Washington organic farmers market every Saturday. You can also order their rye bread for delivery.
Olsen's Scandinavian Food
Scandinavian online store that has cheeses, caviars, chocolates, crackers, crisp breads, etc. Their shop is in Seattle.
Scandinavian online store that has Fazer candies, Finn Crisps, Paulig coffee, Turkish pepper and Turku mustard.
Scandinavian Market Place
Scandinavian online store that has cookies, coffee, crackers, fish and preserves.
Online store that has a variety of Finnish products, however, the site is in Finnish only!
Valio Real Goodness
Lactose free milk that tastes like normal milk, available at grocery stores in the U.S.