Screenshot: Market Kurly

Market Kurly is a fast growing online retailer in South Korea. In total there will be 17 Swedish brands (10 food brands) and 170 SKUs joining the campaign that will be held from December 12-31, 2018.

Participating Swedish suppliers:

Abba The most popular Abba product is probably our marinated herring that comes in many shapes, flavors and sizes.
AXA is the market leader in the breakfast category in Scandinavia. For over a hundred years, AXA has been serving Swedes with a wide range of tasty, healthy oat-based breakfast products.
Falksalt is the leading salt brand in Sweden, offering our customers a wide selection of high-quality products to numerous markets, and can be found in shops and restaurants around the world.
Finn crisp is baked using sourdough and has a full rye taste and a crispy character. It’s perfect for breakfast or as a healthy snack.
Hafi produces a wide range of jams, marmalades and syrups with high quality and flavor profiling for customers all over the world.
Kiviks Musteri Sweden’s first commercial fruit farm and what started out as a small apple orchard has developed into a modern beverage company.
Leksands makes traditional Swedish crisp bread, baked with the best ingredients. Today the most modern and second largest bakery in Sweden.
Nyåkers is now one of the largest on the Swedish market for gingersnaps and an increasing share of production is exported to countries al over the world. Nyåkers is a Swedish family-owned company, known as “The test winner”.
Oatly The original idea behind Oatly was to find a way to make a nutritious liquid product for people who just didn’t like cow’s milk or were unwilling to use it for personal reasons.
Pågen Pågen is the leading bakery company in Sweden. The product range includes various kinds of bread, toasts, pastries and cookies. Almost all of the bread we bake at Pågen uses sourdough and the benefits of baking bread using sourdough are numerous.

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