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This Finnish Brewery Debuted a Staggering 1,000-Pack of Beer

This Finnish Brewery Debuted a Staggering 1,000-Pack of Beer

Finland's Keisari Brewery has announced the release of a 1,000-pack of beer cans to be sold in supermarkets

How will they even…”finnish” all of that beer?

Partying must be akin to a religion in Finland, with something like a giant megachurch of beer for its worshippers. Buying one will set you back 2,149.20 euros, or about $2,343 (approximately $2 per beer).

The giant pack of 1,000 beers was a one-off, as great ideas often are. Keisari’s gargantuan new product was in response to competitor Karjala, another beer brand that had released a 100-pack of beer. Another brewery in Austin, Texas, has released a 99-pack (presumably to go along with the song), but this “grand” brewing feat has left both of these competitors in the dust.

The 1,000-pack is a very limited promotion. If they don’t sell, supermarket officials told Food & Wine that they would be broken down this week and sold off in smaller packs. We hope some Finnish guy or gal is hosting the party of a lifetime with these incredible supplies!


This Finnish Brewery Debuted a Staggering 1,000-Pack of Beer - Recipes


Environmental policies and climate change have led to a surge in interest for organic products in recent years. Many farms, farm shops, restaurants and cafés in Skåne sell goods that are the perfect green choice for people who care about the environment and animals. Here you'll find tips on Scanian parsnips, happy pigs, rapeseed oil, apples, mustard, sea buckthorn juice and much much more. Here you can: Buy organic vegetables and animal products raised organically, on-site

Mandelmann's gardens:
This farm focusses mainly on raising lambs in accordance with KRAV standards. Various types of tomatoes, cucumber, chillis and basil are grown in greenhouses, all organically. In the gardens grow flowers and vegetables, and when you have enjoyed the lovely green surroundings you can have a coffee in the café or shop in the store. www.mandelmann.se

Ängavallen:
Over the years, happy pigs have come to be Ängavallen's trademark. In this beautiful setting they also raise lamb and cattle according to KRAV standards. They also make cheese, bake bread and grow organic vegetables and spices. You can stock up in the farm shop, picnic in the park, eat at the restaurant and overnight at the stylish farm hotel. 100% organic! http://www.angavallen.se/english/index.php

Bäckdalen horticultural farm:
In recent years they have grown more and more herbs at Bäckdalen, where everything is produced according to KRAV standards. The range includes 11 types of basil, as well as other fresh herbs, Asian greens and edible flowers. Or what do you say about some thirty different tomato types, with a range of colours and shapes, and around 10 different cucumber varieties? In season there are loads of activities at Bäckdalen: lectures, cooking, wreath-making courses, table decorating and willow weaving. www.basilika.nu


Gunnarshög farm on Österlen:
On the plains of Skåne, in the heart of Österlen is the family business Gunnarshög Farm. Here they produce high-quality cold-pressed rapeseed oil - completely free of additives. Other products you'll find in the charming farm shop include cold-pressed linseed oil, vinegar, mustard, spices ,honey, jams, chutney, jellies and skin-care products made from oil. www.gunnarshog.se

Mossagården organic farm shop:
Fresh organic vegetables from their own farm and organic products from selected suppiers. Or what do you say about milk-fermented wax beans, fine balsamic vinegar, rosehip jam, sea buckthorn juice and various herbs. Pssst! Mossagården's customers include Swedish celebs Lena Olin and Lasse Hallström. www.mossagarden.se, Veberöd 1-3 August 2008 : Mossagården celebrates its 10th anniversary with a festival!

For three full days, from 1-3 August, the theme 'organic' will permeate everything on the programme, whether it's music, food or clothing.

Agriborg farm shop:
Arne Persson has run Agriborg according to organic principles since 1989. The farm is located just outside Tomelilla, in the middle of the plains of Skåne. There they grow some 40 different vegetables, potatoes, sugarbeet, hay for the animals and cereals. Arne and his Maria also have a farm shop which is open every day of the week, based on self service: the customer weighs their own vegetables and leaves the money in a little box. Tel: 0417-311 30, Hedeberga, Tomelilla

Naturlig Mat
Naturlig Mat is Ängelholm's own shop specializing in organic and certified food and products. The selection is growing constantly. There are currently more than 600 different items to choose from, including goods from local producers such as Björnekulla (in Ästorp) and Skånemejerier. www.naturligmat.com

Engelholmsglass:
Ice cream production in Ängelholm began as early as 1937, at that time as part of the local dairy. Production continued in the dairy until 1980 but when that facility became too small, production was moved to the business's new facilities on Helsingborg Road. Today almost all the products are made from cream supplied daily from the dairy. Factory sales are open on weekdays from 8-16.00 and Saturdays from 10-12.00. www.engelholmsglass.se

Wellingehus:
Between Malmö and Trelleborg you'll find the village of Vellinge and the farm Wellingehus. Here, among strawberry patches and rapeseed fields are two hotels that offer their guests genuine Scanian hospitality as well as welcome peace and quiet. Alongside the hotel business, the Wrethov family grows strawberries, onions, carrots and other utility plants, without any pesticides and inorganic fertilizers. www.wellingehus.com

Bjärhus farm shop:
Farm shop, smokehouse, delicatessen, catering, nursery, conference facilities. At Bjärhus the food goes straight from earth to plate. Here you can buy vegetables, organic groceries and many other things that you would expect at a classic farm shop. You get a friendly reception, and you can enjoy the idyllic country atmosphere, perhaps letting your thoughts float away to bygone day. At Bjärhus loft they arrange corporate lunches and eco-conferences for up to 50 people. The cosy setting includes a fireplace and licensed bar. www.bjarhus.se

Cafés or restaurants that serve organic food

En smak av österlen:
At the Vägstationen in Brösarp is a restaurant with breathtaking views of the Brösarp hills. It serves organic lamb from Österlen, KRAV-labelled Bosarp chicken, pork from Lillehem's free-range pigs and char from Öved. The menu is continually updated, and kept in tune with what is in season locally here on Österlen. The shop sells crispbread, mustard, jams, honey, smoked sausages and other delicacies. www.ensmakavosterlen.se

Tegnérs Matsalar in the Students' Building:
The Academic Society in Lund is operated by twelve of Lund's thirteen student clubs, or 'nations'. Ever since 1851, when the first part of the Academic Society's building was completed, there has been some type of restaurant here. The current premises of Tegnérs Matsalar were finished in 1911. Tegnérs Matsalar serves lunch every weekday, where you can choose from the lunch of the day, the vegetarian dish of the day or the KRAV dish of the week! www.tegners.com

Friden's farm shop, at the end of the road:
Here they specialize in wood-fired pizzas baked from organic flour. The ingredients on the pizzas are for the most part organic as well. Friden's also serves organic wine from Italy. You can sleep in one of the adjacent rooms. Relax. Enjoy Friden. www.friden.nu

Grönland 864, Café and farm shop:
In a lovely green setting they serve coffee and homemade organic baked goods. There is also a shop with a wide range of organic products. Many of the recipes are from grandmother, who ran a small café together with her sisters in Gränna in the 1930s. www.gronland864.se

Sustainable Opportunities

Railbiking in Fyledalen, on Romeleåsen, at Sankt Olof:
a guaranteed environmentally-friendly way to get around, on a discontinued railway, for all ages. Riding along the track, enjoying the Scanian scenery is a clean, green experience! www.skane.com

Holma Gård:
Boil peas from Siberian bushes instead of lentils, eat giant lambsquarters instead of spinach! Here they grow Sweden's first 'edible forest' in the in the forest garden, a garden with fruit trees, nut trees, berry bushes and herbs, growing together in a sort of 'forest' of edible plants. Discover many unusual crosses, such as current-gooseberries - little black berries that grow on a bush with serrate leaves, and current-raspberries - a relative of the blackberry. In the Eco Shop they grind your flour while you wait. Or do you have a mill at home? If so you can purchase whole rye, wheat, spelt and barley. www.stiftelsenholma.org

Ekorundan 2008:
Ekorundan, or the Eco-Tour, is like an art tour but instead of looking at art you get to take a peek behind the scenes of some organic farms in Skåne. The farms will be open on 6-7 September 2008, with tips on growing, walks in herb gardens, pick-your-own vegetables, competitions, tractors, and of course loads of fresh food. Where? At an organic farm near you. For more info, see www.ekobonden.se

Christinehofs Ekopark:
in the cultural landscape around the 1700s castle Christinehof you'll find open grazing land, wetlands and meandering waterways. You can walk on wheelchair-accessible pathways, have a guided tour, watch birds from the bird-watching tower and much more. www.christinehofsekopark.se

Landskapet JO:
Fishing, bird-watching, cultural and natural guided tours in boats and on bikes in the Kristianstad wetlands. JO also offers active environmental work for the preservation of various sensitive environments for people who want to do their part for the environment and their own conscience. It's a form of tourism that is growing all over the world, and has now reached Sweden. www.landskapet.se

Österlens Ekosalong:
a hair studio where all the hair products used are environmentally friendly. You can also buy natural brushes, eco-cotton, soaps, oils and shaving products. www.osterlens-ekosalong.se


This Finnish Brewery Debuted a Staggering 1,000-Pack of Beer - Recipes


Environmental policies and climate change have led to a surge in interest for organic products in recent years. Many farms, farm shops, restaurants and cafés in Skåne sell goods that are the perfect green choice for people who care about the environment and animals. Here you'll find tips on Scanian parsnips, happy pigs, rapeseed oil, apples, mustard, sea buckthorn juice and much much more. Here you can: Buy organic vegetables and animal products raised organically, on-site

Mandelmann's gardens:
This farm focusses mainly on raising lambs in accordance with KRAV standards. Various types of tomatoes, cucumber, chillis and basil are grown in greenhouses, all organically. In the gardens grow flowers and vegetables, and when you have enjoyed the lovely green surroundings you can have a coffee in the café or shop in the store. www.mandelmann.se

Ängavallen:
Over the years, happy pigs have come to be Ängavallen's trademark. In this beautiful setting they also raise lamb and cattle according to KRAV standards. They also make cheese, bake bread and grow organic vegetables and spices. You can stock up in the farm shop, picnic in the park, eat at the restaurant and overnight at the stylish farm hotel. 100% organic! http://www.angavallen.se/english/index.php

Bäckdalen horticultural farm:
In recent years they have grown more and more herbs at Bäckdalen, where everything is produced according to KRAV standards. The range includes 11 types of basil, as well as other fresh herbs, Asian greens and edible flowers. Or what do you say about some thirty different tomato types, with a range of colours and shapes, and around 10 different cucumber varieties? In season there are loads of activities at Bäckdalen: lectures, cooking, wreath-making courses, table decorating and willow weaving. www.basilika.nu


Gunnarshög farm on Österlen:
On the plains of Skåne, in the heart of Österlen is the family business Gunnarshög Farm. Here they produce high-quality cold-pressed rapeseed oil - completely free of additives. Other products you'll find in the charming farm shop include cold-pressed linseed oil, vinegar, mustard, spices ,honey, jams, chutney, jellies and skin-care products made from oil. www.gunnarshog.se

Mossagården organic farm shop:
Fresh organic vegetables from their own farm and organic products from selected suppiers. Or what do you say about milk-fermented wax beans, fine balsamic vinegar, rosehip jam, sea buckthorn juice and various herbs. Pssst! Mossagården's customers include Swedish celebs Lena Olin and Lasse Hallström. www.mossagarden.se, Veberöd 1-3 August 2008 : Mossagården celebrates its 10th anniversary with a festival!

For three full days, from 1-3 August, the theme 'organic' will permeate everything on the programme, whether it's music, food or clothing.

Agriborg farm shop:
Arne Persson has run Agriborg according to organic principles since 1989. The farm is located just outside Tomelilla, in the middle of the plains of Skåne. There they grow some 40 different vegetables, potatoes, sugarbeet, hay for the animals and cereals. Arne and his Maria also have a farm shop which is open every day of the week, based on self service: the customer weighs their own vegetables and leaves the money in a little box. Tel: 0417-311 30, Hedeberga, Tomelilla

Naturlig Mat
Naturlig Mat is Ängelholm's own shop specializing in organic and certified food and products. The selection is growing constantly. There are currently more than 600 different items to choose from, including goods from local producers such as Björnekulla (in Ästorp) and Skånemejerier. www.naturligmat.com

Engelholmsglass:
Ice cream production in Ängelholm began as early as 1937, at that time as part of the local dairy. Production continued in the dairy until 1980 but when that facility became too small, production was moved to the business's new facilities on Helsingborg Road. Today almost all the products are made from cream supplied daily from the dairy. Factory sales are open on weekdays from 8-16.00 and Saturdays from 10-12.00. www.engelholmsglass.se

Wellingehus:
Between Malmö and Trelleborg you'll find the village of Vellinge and the farm Wellingehus. Here, among strawberry patches and rapeseed fields are two hotels that offer their guests genuine Scanian hospitality as well as welcome peace and quiet. Alongside the hotel business, the Wrethov family grows strawberries, onions, carrots and other utility plants, without any pesticides and inorganic fertilizers. www.wellingehus.com

Bjärhus farm shop:
Farm shop, smokehouse, delicatessen, catering, nursery, conference facilities. At Bjärhus the food goes straight from earth to plate. Here you can buy vegetables, organic groceries and many other things that you would expect at a classic farm shop. You get a friendly reception, and you can enjoy the idyllic country atmosphere, perhaps letting your thoughts float away to bygone day. At Bjärhus loft they arrange corporate lunches and eco-conferences for up to 50 people. The cosy setting includes a fireplace and licensed bar. www.bjarhus.se

Cafés or restaurants that serve organic food

En smak av österlen:
At the Vägstationen in Brösarp is a restaurant with breathtaking views of the Brösarp hills. It serves organic lamb from Österlen, KRAV-labelled Bosarp chicken, pork from Lillehem's free-range pigs and char from Öved. The menu is continually updated, and kept in tune with what is in season locally here on Österlen. The shop sells crispbread, mustard, jams, honey, smoked sausages and other delicacies. www.ensmakavosterlen.se

Tegnérs Matsalar in the Students' Building:
The Academic Society in Lund is operated by twelve of Lund's thirteen student clubs, or 'nations'. Ever since 1851, when the first part of the Academic Society's building was completed, there has been some type of restaurant here. The current premises of Tegnérs Matsalar were finished in 1911. Tegnérs Matsalar serves lunch every weekday, where you can choose from the lunch of the day, the vegetarian dish of the day or the KRAV dish of the week! www.tegners.com

Friden's farm shop, at the end of the road:
Here they specialize in wood-fired pizzas baked from organic flour. The ingredients on the pizzas are for the most part organic as well. Friden's also serves organic wine from Italy. You can sleep in one of the adjacent rooms. Relax. Enjoy Friden. www.friden.nu

Grönland 864, Café and farm shop:
In a lovely green setting they serve coffee and homemade organic baked goods. There is also a shop with a wide range of organic products. Many of the recipes are from grandmother, who ran a small café together with her sisters in Gränna in the 1930s. www.gronland864.se

Sustainable Opportunities

Railbiking in Fyledalen, on Romeleåsen, at Sankt Olof:
a guaranteed environmentally-friendly way to get around, on a discontinued railway, for all ages. Riding along the track, enjoying the Scanian scenery is a clean, green experience! www.skane.com

Holma Gård:
Boil peas from Siberian bushes instead of lentils, eat giant lambsquarters instead of spinach! Here they grow Sweden's first 'edible forest' in the in the forest garden, a garden with fruit trees, nut trees, berry bushes and herbs, growing together in a sort of 'forest' of edible plants. Discover many unusual crosses, such as current-gooseberries - little black berries that grow on a bush with serrate leaves, and current-raspberries - a relative of the blackberry. In the Eco Shop they grind your flour while you wait. Or do you have a mill at home? If so you can purchase whole rye, wheat, spelt and barley. www.stiftelsenholma.org

Ekorundan 2008:
Ekorundan, or the Eco-Tour, is like an art tour but instead of looking at art you get to take a peek behind the scenes of some organic farms in Skåne. The farms will be open on 6-7 September 2008, with tips on growing, walks in herb gardens, pick-your-own vegetables, competitions, tractors, and of course loads of fresh food. Where? At an organic farm near you. For more info, see www.ekobonden.se

Christinehofs Ekopark:
in the cultural landscape around the 1700s castle Christinehof you'll find open grazing land, wetlands and meandering waterways. You can walk on wheelchair-accessible pathways, have a guided tour, watch birds from the bird-watching tower and much more. www.christinehofsekopark.se

Landskapet JO:
Fishing, bird-watching, cultural and natural guided tours in boats and on bikes in the Kristianstad wetlands. JO also offers active environmental work for the preservation of various sensitive environments for people who want to do their part for the environment and their own conscience. It's a form of tourism that is growing all over the world, and has now reached Sweden. www.landskapet.se

Österlens Ekosalong:
a hair studio where all the hair products used are environmentally friendly. You can also buy natural brushes, eco-cotton, soaps, oils and shaving products. www.osterlens-ekosalong.se


This Finnish Brewery Debuted a Staggering 1,000-Pack of Beer - Recipes


Environmental policies and climate change have led to a surge in interest for organic products in recent years. Many farms, farm shops, restaurants and cafés in Skåne sell goods that are the perfect green choice for people who care about the environment and animals. Here you'll find tips on Scanian parsnips, happy pigs, rapeseed oil, apples, mustard, sea buckthorn juice and much much more. Here you can: Buy organic vegetables and animal products raised organically, on-site

Mandelmann's gardens:
This farm focusses mainly on raising lambs in accordance with KRAV standards. Various types of tomatoes, cucumber, chillis and basil are grown in greenhouses, all organically. In the gardens grow flowers and vegetables, and when you have enjoyed the lovely green surroundings you can have a coffee in the café or shop in the store. www.mandelmann.se

Ängavallen:
Over the years, happy pigs have come to be Ängavallen's trademark. In this beautiful setting they also raise lamb and cattle according to KRAV standards. They also make cheese, bake bread and grow organic vegetables and spices. You can stock up in the farm shop, picnic in the park, eat at the restaurant and overnight at the stylish farm hotel. 100% organic! http://www.angavallen.se/english/index.php

Bäckdalen horticultural farm:
In recent years they have grown more and more herbs at Bäckdalen, where everything is produced according to KRAV standards. The range includes 11 types of basil, as well as other fresh herbs, Asian greens and edible flowers. Or what do you say about some thirty different tomato types, with a range of colours and shapes, and around 10 different cucumber varieties? In season there are loads of activities at Bäckdalen: lectures, cooking, wreath-making courses, table decorating and willow weaving. www.basilika.nu


Gunnarshög farm on Österlen:
On the plains of Skåne, in the heart of Österlen is the family business Gunnarshög Farm. Here they produce high-quality cold-pressed rapeseed oil - completely free of additives. Other products you'll find in the charming farm shop include cold-pressed linseed oil, vinegar, mustard, spices ,honey, jams, chutney, jellies and skin-care products made from oil. www.gunnarshog.se

Mossagården organic farm shop:
Fresh organic vegetables from their own farm and organic products from selected suppiers. Or what do you say about milk-fermented wax beans, fine balsamic vinegar, rosehip jam, sea buckthorn juice and various herbs. Pssst! Mossagården's customers include Swedish celebs Lena Olin and Lasse Hallström. www.mossagarden.se, Veberöd 1-3 August 2008 : Mossagården celebrates its 10th anniversary with a festival!

For three full days, from 1-3 August, the theme 'organic' will permeate everything on the programme, whether it's music, food or clothing.

Agriborg farm shop:
Arne Persson has run Agriborg according to organic principles since 1989. The farm is located just outside Tomelilla, in the middle of the plains of Skåne. There they grow some 40 different vegetables, potatoes, sugarbeet, hay for the animals and cereals. Arne and his Maria also have a farm shop which is open every day of the week, based on self service: the customer weighs their own vegetables and leaves the money in a little box. Tel: 0417-311 30, Hedeberga, Tomelilla

Naturlig Mat
Naturlig Mat is Ängelholm's own shop specializing in organic and certified food and products. The selection is growing constantly. There are currently more than 600 different items to choose from, including goods from local producers such as Björnekulla (in Ästorp) and Skånemejerier. www.naturligmat.com

Engelholmsglass:
Ice cream production in Ängelholm began as early as 1937, at that time as part of the local dairy. Production continued in the dairy until 1980 but when that facility became too small, production was moved to the business's new facilities on Helsingborg Road. Today almost all the products are made from cream supplied daily from the dairy. Factory sales are open on weekdays from 8-16.00 and Saturdays from 10-12.00. www.engelholmsglass.se

Wellingehus:
Between Malmö and Trelleborg you'll find the village of Vellinge and the farm Wellingehus. Here, among strawberry patches and rapeseed fields are two hotels that offer their guests genuine Scanian hospitality as well as welcome peace and quiet. Alongside the hotel business, the Wrethov family grows strawberries, onions, carrots and other utility plants, without any pesticides and inorganic fertilizers. www.wellingehus.com

Bjärhus farm shop:
Farm shop, smokehouse, delicatessen, catering, nursery, conference facilities. At Bjärhus the food goes straight from earth to plate. Here you can buy vegetables, organic groceries and many other things that you would expect at a classic farm shop. You get a friendly reception, and you can enjoy the idyllic country atmosphere, perhaps letting your thoughts float away to bygone day. At Bjärhus loft they arrange corporate lunches and eco-conferences for up to 50 people. The cosy setting includes a fireplace and licensed bar. www.bjarhus.se

Cafés or restaurants that serve organic food

En smak av österlen:
At the Vägstationen in Brösarp is a restaurant with breathtaking views of the Brösarp hills. It serves organic lamb from Österlen, KRAV-labelled Bosarp chicken, pork from Lillehem's free-range pigs and char from Öved. The menu is continually updated, and kept in tune with what is in season locally here on Österlen. The shop sells crispbread, mustard, jams, honey, smoked sausages and other delicacies. www.ensmakavosterlen.se

Tegnérs Matsalar in the Students' Building:
The Academic Society in Lund is operated by twelve of Lund's thirteen student clubs, or 'nations'. Ever since 1851, when the first part of the Academic Society's building was completed, there has been some type of restaurant here. The current premises of Tegnérs Matsalar were finished in 1911. Tegnérs Matsalar serves lunch every weekday, where you can choose from the lunch of the day, the vegetarian dish of the day or the KRAV dish of the week! www.tegners.com

Friden's farm shop, at the end of the road:
Here they specialize in wood-fired pizzas baked from organic flour. The ingredients on the pizzas are for the most part organic as well. Friden's also serves organic wine from Italy. You can sleep in one of the adjacent rooms. Relax. Enjoy Friden. www.friden.nu

Grönland 864, Café and farm shop:
In a lovely green setting they serve coffee and homemade organic baked goods. There is also a shop with a wide range of organic products. Many of the recipes are from grandmother, who ran a small café together with her sisters in Gränna in the 1930s. www.gronland864.se

Sustainable Opportunities

Railbiking in Fyledalen, on Romeleåsen, at Sankt Olof:
a guaranteed environmentally-friendly way to get around, on a discontinued railway, for all ages. Riding along the track, enjoying the Scanian scenery is a clean, green experience! www.skane.com

Holma Gård:
Boil peas from Siberian bushes instead of lentils, eat giant lambsquarters instead of spinach! Here they grow Sweden's first 'edible forest' in the in the forest garden, a garden with fruit trees, nut trees, berry bushes and herbs, growing together in a sort of 'forest' of edible plants. Discover many unusual crosses, such as current-gooseberries - little black berries that grow on a bush with serrate leaves, and current-raspberries - a relative of the blackberry. In the Eco Shop they grind your flour while you wait. Or do you have a mill at home? If so you can purchase whole rye, wheat, spelt and barley. www.stiftelsenholma.org

Ekorundan 2008:
Ekorundan, or the Eco-Tour, is like an art tour but instead of looking at art you get to take a peek behind the scenes of some organic farms in Skåne. The farms will be open on 6-7 September 2008, with tips on growing, walks in herb gardens, pick-your-own vegetables, competitions, tractors, and of course loads of fresh food. Where? At an organic farm near you. For more info, see www.ekobonden.se

Christinehofs Ekopark:
in the cultural landscape around the 1700s castle Christinehof you'll find open grazing land, wetlands and meandering waterways. You can walk on wheelchair-accessible pathways, have a guided tour, watch birds from the bird-watching tower and much more. www.christinehofsekopark.se

Landskapet JO:
Fishing, bird-watching, cultural and natural guided tours in boats and on bikes in the Kristianstad wetlands. JO also offers active environmental work for the preservation of various sensitive environments for people who want to do their part for the environment and their own conscience. It's a form of tourism that is growing all over the world, and has now reached Sweden. www.landskapet.se

Österlens Ekosalong:
a hair studio where all the hair products used are environmentally friendly. You can also buy natural brushes, eco-cotton, soaps, oils and shaving products. www.osterlens-ekosalong.se


This Finnish Brewery Debuted a Staggering 1,000-Pack of Beer - Recipes


Environmental policies and climate change have led to a surge in interest for organic products in recent years. Many farms, farm shops, restaurants and cafés in Skåne sell goods that are the perfect green choice for people who care about the environment and animals. Here you'll find tips on Scanian parsnips, happy pigs, rapeseed oil, apples, mustard, sea buckthorn juice and much much more. Here you can: Buy organic vegetables and animal products raised organically, on-site

Mandelmann's gardens:
This farm focusses mainly on raising lambs in accordance with KRAV standards. Various types of tomatoes, cucumber, chillis and basil are grown in greenhouses, all organically. In the gardens grow flowers and vegetables, and when you have enjoyed the lovely green surroundings you can have a coffee in the café or shop in the store. www.mandelmann.se

Ängavallen:
Over the years, happy pigs have come to be Ängavallen's trademark. In this beautiful setting they also raise lamb and cattle according to KRAV standards. They also make cheese, bake bread and grow organic vegetables and spices. You can stock up in the farm shop, picnic in the park, eat at the restaurant and overnight at the stylish farm hotel. 100% organic! http://www.angavallen.se/english/index.php

Bäckdalen horticultural farm:
In recent years they have grown more and more herbs at Bäckdalen, where everything is produced according to KRAV standards. The range includes 11 types of basil, as well as other fresh herbs, Asian greens and edible flowers. Or what do you say about some thirty different tomato types, with a range of colours and shapes, and around 10 different cucumber varieties? In season there are loads of activities at Bäckdalen: lectures, cooking, wreath-making courses, table decorating and willow weaving. www.basilika.nu


Gunnarshög farm on Österlen:
On the plains of Skåne, in the heart of Österlen is the family business Gunnarshög Farm. Here they produce high-quality cold-pressed rapeseed oil - completely free of additives. Other products you'll find in the charming farm shop include cold-pressed linseed oil, vinegar, mustard, spices ,honey, jams, chutney, jellies and skin-care products made from oil. www.gunnarshog.se

Mossagården organic farm shop:
Fresh organic vegetables from their own farm and organic products from selected suppiers. Or what do you say about milk-fermented wax beans, fine balsamic vinegar, rosehip jam, sea buckthorn juice and various herbs. Pssst! Mossagården's customers include Swedish celebs Lena Olin and Lasse Hallström. www.mossagarden.se, Veberöd 1-3 August 2008 : Mossagården celebrates its 10th anniversary with a festival!

For three full days, from 1-3 August, the theme 'organic' will permeate everything on the programme, whether it's music, food or clothing.

Agriborg farm shop:
Arne Persson has run Agriborg according to organic principles since 1989. The farm is located just outside Tomelilla, in the middle of the plains of Skåne. There they grow some 40 different vegetables, potatoes, sugarbeet, hay for the animals and cereals. Arne and his Maria also have a farm shop which is open every day of the week, based on self service: the customer weighs their own vegetables and leaves the money in a little box. Tel: 0417-311 30, Hedeberga, Tomelilla

Naturlig Mat
Naturlig Mat is Ängelholm's own shop specializing in organic and certified food and products. The selection is growing constantly. There are currently more than 600 different items to choose from, including goods from local producers such as Björnekulla (in Ästorp) and Skånemejerier. www.naturligmat.com

Engelholmsglass:
Ice cream production in Ängelholm began as early as 1937, at that time as part of the local dairy. Production continued in the dairy until 1980 but when that facility became too small, production was moved to the business's new facilities on Helsingborg Road. Today almost all the products are made from cream supplied daily from the dairy. Factory sales are open on weekdays from 8-16.00 and Saturdays from 10-12.00. www.engelholmsglass.se

Wellingehus:
Between Malmö and Trelleborg you'll find the village of Vellinge and the farm Wellingehus. Here, among strawberry patches and rapeseed fields are two hotels that offer their guests genuine Scanian hospitality as well as welcome peace and quiet. Alongside the hotel business, the Wrethov family grows strawberries, onions, carrots and other utility plants, without any pesticides and inorganic fertilizers. www.wellingehus.com

Bjärhus farm shop:
Farm shop, smokehouse, delicatessen, catering, nursery, conference facilities. At Bjärhus the food goes straight from earth to plate. Here you can buy vegetables, organic groceries and many other things that you would expect at a classic farm shop. You get a friendly reception, and you can enjoy the idyllic country atmosphere, perhaps letting your thoughts float away to bygone day. At Bjärhus loft they arrange corporate lunches and eco-conferences for up to 50 people. The cosy setting includes a fireplace and licensed bar. www.bjarhus.se

Cafés or restaurants that serve organic food

En smak av österlen:
At the Vägstationen in Brösarp is a restaurant with breathtaking views of the Brösarp hills. It serves organic lamb from Österlen, KRAV-labelled Bosarp chicken, pork from Lillehem's free-range pigs and char from Öved. The menu is continually updated, and kept in tune with what is in season locally here on Österlen. The shop sells crispbread, mustard, jams, honey, smoked sausages and other delicacies. www.ensmakavosterlen.se

Tegnérs Matsalar in the Students' Building:
The Academic Society in Lund is operated by twelve of Lund's thirteen student clubs, or 'nations'. Ever since 1851, when the first part of the Academic Society's building was completed, there has been some type of restaurant here. The current premises of Tegnérs Matsalar were finished in 1911. Tegnérs Matsalar serves lunch every weekday, where you can choose from the lunch of the day, the vegetarian dish of the day or the KRAV dish of the week! www.tegners.com

Friden's farm shop, at the end of the road:
Here they specialize in wood-fired pizzas baked from organic flour. The ingredients on the pizzas are for the most part organic as well. Friden's also serves organic wine from Italy. You can sleep in one of the adjacent rooms. Relax. Enjoy Friden. www.friden.nu

Grönland 864, Café and farm shop:
In a lovely green setting they serve coffee and homemade organic baked goods. There is also a shop with a wide range of organic products. Many of the recipes are from grandmother, who ran a small café together with her sisters in Gränna in the 1930s. www.gronland864.se

Sustainable Opportunities

Railbiking in Fyledalen, on Romeleåsen, at Sankt Olof:
a guaranteed environmentally-friendly way to get around, on a discontinued railway, for all ages. Riding along the track, enjoying the Scanian scenery is a clean, green experience! www.skane.com

Holma Gård:
Boil peas from Siberian bushes instead of lentils, eat giant lambsquarters instead of spinach! Here they grow Sweden's first 'edible forest' in the in the forest garden, a garden with fruit trees, nut trees, berry bushes and herbs, growing together in a sort of 'forest' of edible plants. Discover many unusual crosses, such as current-gooseberries - little black berries that grow on a bush with serrate leaves, and current-raspberries - a relative of the blackberry. In the Eco Shop they grind your flour while you wait. Or do you have a mill at home? If so you can purchase whole rye, wheat, spelt and barley. www.stiftelsenholma.org

Ekorundan 2008:
Ekorundan, or the Eco-Tour, is like an art tour but instead of looking at art you get to take a peek behind the scenes of some organic farms in Skåne. The farms will be open on 6-7 September 2008, with tips on growing, walks in herb gardens, pick-your-own vegetables, competitions, tractors, and of course loads of fresh food. Where? At an organic farm near you. For more info, see www.ekobonden.se

Christinehofs Ekopark:
in the cultural landscape around the 1700s castle Christinehof you'll find open grazing land, wetlands and meandering waterways. You can walk on wheelchair-accessible pathways, have a guided tour, watch birds from the bird-watching tower and much more. www.christinehofsekopark.se

Landskapet JO:
Fishing, bird-watching, cultural and natural guided tours in boats and on bikes in the Kristianstad wetlands. JO also offers active environmental work for the preservation of various sensitive environments for people who want to do their part for the environment and their own conscience. It's a form of tourism that is growing all over the world, and has now reached Sweden. www.landskapet.se

Österlens Ekosalong:
a hair studio where all the hair products used are environmentally friendly. You can also buy natural brushes, eco-cotton, soaps, oils and shaving products. www.osterlens-ekosalong.se


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Environmental policies and climate change have led to a surge in interest for organic products in recent years. Many farms, farm shops, restaurants and cafés in Skåne sell goods that are the perfect green choice for people who care about the environment and animals. Here you'll find tips on Scanian parsnips, happy pigs, rapeseed oil, apples, mustard, sea buckthorn juice and much much more. Here you can: Buy organic vegetables and animal products raised organically, on-site

Mandelmann's gardens:
This farm focusses mainly on raising lambs in accordance with KRAV standards. Various types of tomatoes, cucumber, chillis and basil are grown in greenhouses, all organically. In the gardens grow flowers and vegetables, and when you have enjoyed the lovely green surroundings you can have a coffee in the café or shop in the store. www.mandelmann.se

Ängavallen:
Over the years, happy pigs have come to be Ängavallen's trademark. In this beautiful setting they also raise lamb and cattle according to KRAV standards. They also make cheese, bake bread and grow organic vegetables and spices. You can stock up in the farm shop, picnic in the park, eat at the restaurant and overnight at the stylish farm hotel. 100% organic! http://www.angavallen.se/english/index.php

Bäckdalen horticultural farm:
In recent years they have grown more and more herbs at Bäckdalen, where everything is produced according to KRAV standards. The range includes 11 types of basil, as well as other fresh herbs, Asian greens and edible flowers. Or what do you say about some thirty different tomato types, with a range of colours and shapes, and around 10 different cucumber varieties? In season there are loads of activities at Bäckdalen: lectures, cooking, wreath-making courses, table decorating and willow weaving. www.basilika.nu


Gunnarshög farm on Österlen:
On the plains of Skåne, in the heart of Österlen is the family business Gunnarshög Farm. Here they produce high-quality cold-pressed rapeseed oil - completely free of additives. Other products you'll find in the charming farm shop include cold-pressed linseed oil, vinegar, mustard, spices ,honey, jams, chutney, jellies and skin-care products made from oil. www.gunnarshog.se

Mossagården organic farm shop:
Fresh organic vegetables from their own farm and organic products from selected suppiers. Or what do you say about milk-fermented wax beans, fine balsamic vinegar, rosehip jam, sea buckthorn juice and various herbs. Pssst! Mossagården's customers include Swedish celebs Lena Olin and Lasse Hallström. www.mossagarden.se, Veberöd 1-3 August 2008 : Mossagården celebrates its 10th anniversary with a festival!

For three full days, from 1-3 August, the theme 'organic' will permeate everything on the programme, whether it's music, food or clothing.

Agriborg farm shop:
Arne Persson has run Agriborg according to organic principles since 1989. The farm is located just outside Tomelilla, in the middle of the plains of Skåne. There they grow some 40 different vegetables, potatoes, sugarbeet, hay for the animals and cereals. Arne and his Maria also have a farm shop which is open every day of the week, based on self service: the customer weighs their own vegetables and leaves the money in a little box. Tel: 0417-311 30, Hedeberga, Tomelilla

Naturlig Mat
Naturlig Mat is Ängelholm's own shop specializing in organic and certified food and products. The selection is growing constantly. There are currently more than 600 different items to choose from, including goods from local producers such as Björnekulla (in Ästorp) and Skånemejerier. www.naturligmat.com

Engelholmsglass:
Ice cream production in Ängelholm began as early as 1937, at that time as part of the local dairy. Production continued in the dairy until 1980 but when that facility became too small, production was moved to the business's new facilities on Helsingborg Road. Today almost all the products are made from cream supplied daily from the dairy. Factory sales are open on weekdays from 8-16.00 and Saturdays from 10-12.00. www.engelholmsglass.se

Wellingehus:
Between Malmö and Trelleborg you'll find the village of Vellinge and the farm Wellingehus. Here, among strawberry patches and rapeseed fields are two hotels that offer their guests genuine Scanian hospitality as well as welcome peace and quiet. Alongside the hotel business, the Wrethov family grows strawberries, onions, carrots and other utility plants, without any pesticides and inorganic fertilizers. www.wellingehus.com

Bjärhus farm shop:
Farm shop, smokehouse, delicatessen, catering, nursery, conference facilities. At Bjärhus the food goes straight from earth to plate. Here you can buy vegetables, organic groceries and many other things that you would expect at a classic farm shop. You get a friendly reception, and you can enjoy the idyllic country atmosphere, perhaps letting your thoughts float away to bygone day. At Bjärhus loft they arrange corporate lunches and eco-conferences for up to 50 people. The cosy setting includes a fireplace and licensed bar. www.bjarhus.se

Cafés or restaurants that serve organic food

En smak av österlen:
At the Vägstationen in Brösarp is a restaurant with breathtaking views of the Brösarp hills. It serves organic lamb from Österlen, KRAV-labelled Bosarp chicken, pork from Lillehem's free-range pigs and char from Öved. The menu is continually updated, and kept in tune with what is in season locally here on Österlen. The shop sells crispbread, mustard, jams, honey, smoked sausages and other delicacies. www.ensmakavosterlen.se

Tegnérs Matsalar in the Students' Building:
The Academic Society in Lund is operated by twelve of Lund's thirteen student clubs, or 'nations'. Ever since 1851, when the first part of the Academic Society's building was completed, there has been some type of restaurant here. The current premises of Tegnérs Matsalar were finished in 1911. Tegnérs Matsalar serves lunch every weekday, where you can choose from the lunch of the day, the vegetarian dish of the day or the KRAV dish of the week! www.tegners.com

Friden's farm shop, at the end of the road:
Here they specialize in wood-fired pizzas baked from organic flour. The ingredients on the pizzas are for the most part organic as well. Friden's also serves organic wine from Italy. You can sleep in one of the adjacent rooms. Relax. Enjoy Friden. www.friden.nu

Grönland 864, Café and farm shop:
In a lovely green setting they serve coffee and homemade organic baked goods. There is also a shop with a wide range of organic products. Many of the recipes are from grandmother, who ran a small café together with her sisters in Gränna in the 1930s. www.gronland864.se

Sustainable Opportunities

Railbiking in Fyledalen, on Romeleåsen, at Sankt Olof:
a guaranteed environmentally-friendly way to get around, on a discontinued railway, for all ages. Riding along the track, enjoying the Scanian scenery is a clean, green experience! www.skane.com

Holma Gård:
Boil peas from Siberian bushes instead of lentils, eat giant lambsquarters instead of spinach! Here they grow Sweden's first 'edible forest' in the in the forest garden, a garden with fruit trees, nut trees, berry bushes and herbs, growing together in a sort of 'forest' of edible plants. Discover many unusual crosses, such as current-gooseberries - little black berries that grow on a bush with serrate leaves, and current-raspberries - a relative of the blackberry. In the Eco Shop they grind your flour while you wait. Or do you have a mill at home? If so you can purchase whole rye, wheat, spelt and barley. www.stiftelsenholma.org

Ekorundan 2008:
Ekorundan, or the Eco-Tour, is like an art tour but instead of looking at art you get to take a peek behind the scenes of some organic farms in Skåne. The farms will be open on 6-7 September 2008, with tips on growing, walks in herb gardens, pick-your-own vegetables, competitions, tractors, and of course loads of fresh food. Where? At an organic farm near you. For more info, see www.ekobonden.se

Christinehofs Ekopark:
in the cultural landscape around the 1700s castle Christinehof you'll find open grazing land, wetlands and meandering waterways. You can walk on wheelchair-accessible pathways, have a guided tour, watch birds from the bird-watching tower and much more. www.christinehofsekopark.se

Landskapet JO:
Fishing, bird-watching, cultural and natural guided tours in boats and on bikes in the Kristianstad wetlands. JO also offers active environmental work for the preservation of various sensitive environments for people who want to do their part for the environment and their own conscience. It's a form of tourism that is growing all over the world, and has now reached Sweden. www.landskapet.se

Österlens Ekosalong:
a hair studio where all the hair products used are environmentally friendly. You can also buy natural brushes, eco-cotton, soaps, oils and shaving products. www.osterlens-ekosalong.se


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Environmental policies and climate change have led to a surge in interest for organic products in recent years. Many farms, farm shops, restaurants and cafés in Skåne sell goods that are the perfect green choice for people who care about the environment and animals. Here you'll find tips on Scanian parsnips, happy pigs, rapeseed oil, apples, mustard, sea buckthorn juice and much much more. Here you can: Buy organic vegetables and animal products raised organically, on-site

Mandelmann's gardens:
This farm focusses mainly on raising lambs in accordance with KRAV standards. Various types of tomatoes, cucumber, chillis and basil are grown in greenhouses, all organically. In the gardens grow flowers and vegetables, and when you have enjoyed the lovely green surroundings you can have a coffee in the café or shop in the store. www.mandelmann.se

Ängavallen:
Over the years, happy pigs have come to be Ängavallen's trademark. In this beautiful setting they also raise lamb and cattle according to KRAV standards. They also make cheese, bake bread and grow organic vegetables and spices. You can stock up in the farm shop, picnic in the park, eat at the restaurant and overnight at the stylish farm hotel. 100% organic! http://www.angavallen.se/english/index.php

Bäckdalen horticultural farm:
In recent years they have grown more and more herbs at Bäckdalen, where everything is produced according to KRAV standards. The range includes 11 types of basil, as well as other fresh herbs, Asian greens and edible flowers. Or what do you say about some thirty different tomato types, with a range of colours and shapes, and around 10 different cucumber varieties? In season there are loads of activities at Bäckdalen: lectures, cooking, wreath-making courses, table decorating and willow weaving. www.basilika.nu


Gunnarshög farm on Österlen:
On the plains of Skåne, in the heart of Österlen is the family business Gunnarshög Farm. Here they produce high-quality cold-pressed rapeseed oil - completely free of additives. Other products you'll find in the charming farm shop include cold-pressed linseed oil, vinegar, mustard, spices ,honey, jams, chutney, jellies and skin-care products made from oil. www.gunnarshog.se

Mossagården organic farm shop:
Fresh organic vegetables from their own farm and organic products from selected suppiers. Or what do you say about milk-fermented wax beans, fine balsamic vinegar, rosehip jam, sea buckthorn juice and various herbs. Pssst! Mossagården's customers include Swedish celebs Lena Olin and Lasse Hallström. www.mossagarden.se, Veberöd 1-3 August 2008 : Mossagården celebrates its 10th anniversary with a festival!

For three full days, from 1-3 August, the theme 'organic' will permeate everything on the programme, whether it's music, food or clothing.

Agriborg farm shop:
Arne Persson has run Agriborg according to organic principles since 1989. The farm is located just outside Tomelilla, in the middle of the plains of Skåne. There they grow some 40 different vegetables, potatoes, sugarbeet, hay for the animals and cereals. Arne and his Maria also have a farm shop which is open every day of the week, based on self service: the customer weighs their own vegetables and leaves the money in a little box. Tel: 0417-311 30, Hedeberga, Tomelilla

Naturlig Mat
Naturlig Mat is Ängelholm's own shop specializing in organic and certified food and products. The selection is growing constantly. There are currently more than 600 different items to choose from, including goods from local producers such as Björnekulla (in Ästorp) and Skånemejerier. www.naturligmat.com

Engelholmsglass:
Ice cream production in Ängelholm began as early as 1937, at that time as part of the local dairy. Production continued in the dairy until 1980 but when that facility became too small, production was moved to the business's new facilities on Helsingborg Road. Today almost all the products are made from cream supplied daily from the dairy. Factory sales are open on weekdays from 8-16.00 and Saturdays from 10-12.00. www.engelholmsglass.se

Wellingehus:
Between Malmö and Trelleborg you'll find the village of Vellinge and the farm Wellingehus. Here, among strawberry patches and rapeseed fields are two hotels that offer their guests genuine Scanian hospitality as well as welcome peace and quiet. Alongside the hotel business, the Wrethov family grows strawberries, onions, carrots and other utility plants, without any pesticides and inorganic fertilizers. www.wellingehus.com

Bjärhus farm shop:
Farm shop, smokehouse, delicatessen, catering, nursery, conference facilities. At Bjärhus the food goes straight from earth to plate. Here you can buy vegetables, organic groceries and many other things that you would expect at a classic farm shop. You get a friendly reception, and you can enjoy the idyllic country atmosphere, perhaps letting your thoughts float away to bygone day. At Bjärhus loft they arrange corporate lunches and eco-conferences for up to 50 people. The cosy setting includes a fireplace and licensed bar. www.bjarhus.se

Cafés or restaurants that serve organic food

En smak av österlen:
At the Vägstationen in Brösarp is a restaurant with breathtaking views of the Brösarp hills. It serves organic lamb from Österlen, KRAV-labelled Bosarp chicken, pork from Lillehem's free-range pigs and char from Öved. The menu is continually updated, and kept in tune with what is in season locally here on Österlen. The shop sells crispbread, mustard, jams, honey, smoked sausages and other delicacies. www.ensmakavosterlen.se

Tegnérs Matsalar in the Students' Building:
The Academic Society in Lund is operated by twelve of Lund's thirteen student clubs, or 'nations'. Ever since 1851, when the first part of the Academic Society's building was completed, there has been some type of restaurant here. The current premises of Tegnérs Matsalar were finished in 1911. Tegnérs Matsalar serves lunch every weekday, where you can choose from the lunch of the day, the vegetarian dish of the day or the KRAV dish of the week! www.tegners.com

Friden's farm shop, at the end of the road:
Here they specialize in wood-fired pizzas baked from organic flour. The ingredients on the pizzas are for the most part organic as well. Friden's also serves organic wine from Italy. You can sleep in one of the adjacent rooms. Relax. Enjoy Friden. www.friden.nu

Grönland 864, Café and farm shop:
In a lovely green setting they serve coffee and homemade organic baked goods. There is also a shop with a wide range of organic products. Many of the recipes are from grandmother, who ran a small café together with her sisters in Gränna in the 1930s. www.gronland864.se

Sustainable Opportunities

Railbiking in Fyledalen, on Romeleåsen, at Sankt Olof:
a guaranteed environmentally-friendly way to get around, on a discontinued railway, for all ages. Riding along the track, enjoying the Scanian scenery is a clean, green experience! www.skane.com

Holma Gård:
Boil peas from Siberian bushes instead of lentils, eat giant lambsquarters instead of spinach! Here they grow Sweden's first 'edible forest' in the in the forest garden, a garden with fruit trees, nut trees, berry bushes and herbs, growing together in a sort of 'forest' of edible plants. Discover many unusual crosses, such as current-gooseberries - little black berries that grow on a bush with serrate leaves, and current-raspberries - a relative of the blackberry. In the Eco Shop they grind your flour while you wait. Or do you have a mill at home? If so you can purchase whole rye, wheat, spelt and barley. www.stiftelsenholma.org

Ekorundan 2008:
Ekorundan, or the Eco-Tour, is like an art tour but instead of looking at art you get to take a peek behind the scenes of some organic farms in Skåne. The farms will be open on 6-7 September 2008, with tips on growing, walks in herb gardens, pick-your-own vegetables, competitions, tractors, and of course loads of fresh food. Where? At an organic farm near you. For more info, see www.ekobonden.se

Christinehofs Ekopark:
in the cultural landscape around the 1700s castle Christinehof you'll find open grazing land, wetlands and meandering waterways. You can walk on wheelchair-accessible pathways, have a guided tour, watch birds from the bird-watching tower and much more. www.christinehofsekopark.se

Landskapet JO:
Fishing, bird-watching, cultural and natural guided tours in boats and on bikes in the Kristianstad wetlands. JO also offers active environmental work for the preservation of various sensitive environments for people who want to do their part for the environment and their own conscience. It's a form of tourism that is growing all over the world, and has now reached Sweden. www.landskapet.se

Österlens Ekosalong:
a hair studio where all the hair products used are environmentally friendly. You can also buy natural brushes, eco-cotton, soaps, oils and shaving products. www.osterlens-ekosalong.se


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Environmental policies and climate change have led to a surge in interest for organic products in recent years. Many farms, farm shops, restaurants and cafés in Skåne sell goods that are the perfect green choice for people who care about the environment and animals. Here you'll find tips on Scanian parsnips, happy pigs, rapeseed oil, apples, mustard, sea buckthorn juice and much much more. Here you can: Buy organic vegetables and animal products raised organically, on-site

Mandelmann's gardens:
This farm focusses mainly on raising lambs in accordance with KRAV standards. Various types of tomatoes, cucumber, chillis and basil are grown in greenhouses, all organically. In the gardens grow flowers and vegetables, and when you have enjoyed the lovely green surroundings you can have a coffee in the café or shop in the store. www.mandelmann.se

Ängavallen:
Over the years, happy pigs have come to be Ängavallen's trademark. In this beautiful setting they also raise lamb and cattle according to KRAV standards. They also make cheese, bake bread and grow organic vegetables and spices. You can stock up in the farm shop, picnic in the park, eat at the restaurant and overnight at the stylish farm hotel. 100% organic! http://www.angavallen.se/english/index.php

Bäckdalen horticultural farm:
In recent years they have grown more and more herbs at Bäckdalen, where everything is produced according to KRAV standards. The range includes 11 types of basil, as well as other fresh herbs, Asian greens and edible flowers. Or what do you say about some thirty different tomato types, with a range of colours and shapes, and around 10 different cucumber varieties? In season there are loads of activities at Bäckdalen: lectures, cooking, wreath-making courses, table decorating and willow weaving. www.basilika.nu


Gunnarshög farm on Österlen:
On the plains of Skåne, in the heart of Österlen is the family business Gunnarshög Farm. Here they produce high-quality cold-pressed rapeseed oil - completely free of additives. Other products you'll find in the charming farm shop include cold-pressed linseed oil, vinegar, mustard, spices ,honey, jams, chutney, jellies and skin-care products made from oil. www.gunnarshog.se

Mossagården organic farm shop:
Fresh organic vegetables from their own farm and organic products from selected suppiers. Or what do you say about milk-fermented wax beans, fine balsamic vinegar, rosehip jam, sea buckthorn juice and various herbs. Pssst! Mossagården's customers include Swedish celebs Lena Olin and Lasse Hallström. www.mossagarden.se, Veberöd 1-3 August 2008 : Mossagården celebrates its 10th anniversary with a festival!

For three full days, from 1-3 August, the theme 'organic' will permeate everything on the programme, whether it's music, food or clothing.

Agriborg farm shop:
Arne Persson has run Agriborg according to organic principles since 1989. The farm is located just outside Tomelilla, in the middle of the plains of Skåne. There they grow some 40 different vegetables, potatoes, sugarbeet, hay for the animals and cereals. Arne and his Maria also have a farm shop which is open every day of the week, based on self service: the customer weighs their own vegetables and leaves the money in a little box. Tel: 0417-311 30, Hedeberga, Tomelilla

Naturlig Mat
Naturlig Mat is Ängelholm's own shop specializing in organic and certified food and products. The selection is growing constantly. There are currently more than 600 different items to choose from, including goods from local producers such as Björnekulla (in Ästorp) and Skånemejerier. www.naturligmat.com

Engelholmsglass:
Ice cream production in Ängelholm began as early as 1937, at that time as part of the local dairy. Production continued in the dairy until 1980 but when that facility became too small, production was moved to the business's new facilities on Helsingborg Road. Today almost all the products are made from cream supplied daily from the dairy. Factory sales are open on weekdays from 8-16.00 and Saturdays from 10-12.00. www.engelholmsglass.se

Wellingehus:
Between Malmö and Trelleborg you'll find the village of Vellinge and the farm Wellingehus. Here, among strawberry patches and rapeseed fields are two hotels that offer their guests genuine Scanian hospitality as well as welcome peace and quiet. Alongside the hotel business, the Wrethov family grows strawberries, onions, carrots and other utility plants, without any pesticides and inorganic fertilizers. www.wellingehus.com

Bjärhus farm shop:
Farm shop, smokehouse, delicatessen, catering, nursery, conference facilities. At Bjärhus the food goes straight from earth to plate. Here you can buy vegetables, organic groceries and many other things that you would expect at a classic farm shop. You get a friendly reception, and you can enjoy the idyllic country atmosphere, perhaps letting your thoughts float away to bygone day. At Bjärhus loft they arrange corporate lunches and eco-conferences for up to 50 people. The cosy setting includes a fireplace and licensed bar. www.bjarhus.se

Cafés or restaurants that serve organic food

En smak av österlen:
At the Vägstationen in Brösarp is a restaurant with breathtaking views of the Brösarp hills. It serves organic lamb from Österlen, KRAV-labelled Bosarp chicken, pork from Lillehem's free-range pigs and char from Öved. The menu is continually updated, and kept in tune with what is in season locally here on Österlen. The shop sells crispbread, mustard, jams, honey, smoked sausages and other delicacies. www.ensmakavosterlen.se

Tegnérs Matsalar in the Students' Building:
The Academic Society in Lund is operated by twelve of Lund's thirteen student clubs, or 'nations'. Ever since 1851, when the first part of the Academic Society's building was completed, there has been some type of restaurant here. The current premises of Tegnérs Matsalar were finished in 1911. Tegnérs Matsalar serves lunch every weekday, where you can choose from the lunch of the day, the vegetarian dish of the day or the KRAV dish of the week! www.tegners.com

Friden's farm shop, at the end of the road:
Here they specialize in wood-fired pizzas baked from organic flour. The ingredients on the pizzas are for the most part organic as well. Friden's also serves organic wine from Italy. You can sleep in one of the adjacent rooms. Relax. Enjoy Friden. www.friden.nu

Grönland 864, Café and farm shop:
In a lovely green setting they serve coffee and homemade organic baked goods. There is also a shop with a wide range of organic products. Many of the recipes are from grandmother, who ran a small café together with her sisters in Gränna in the 1930s. www.gronland864.se

Sustainable Opportunities

Railbiking in Fyledalen, on Romeleåsen, at Sankt Olof:
a guaranteed environmentally-friendly way to get around, on a discontinued railway, for all ages. Riding along the track, enjoying the Scanian scenery is a clean, green experience! www.skane.com

Holma Gård:
Boil peas from Siberian bushes instead of lentils, eat giant lambsquarters instead of spinach! Here they grow Sweden's first 'edible forest' in the in the forest garden, a garden with fruit trees, nut trees, berry bushes and herbs, growing together in a sort of 'forest' of edible plants. Discover many unusual crosses, such as current-gooseberries - little black berries that grow on a bush with serrate leaves, and current-raspberries - a relative of the blackberry. In the Eco Shop they grind your flour while you wait. Or do you have a mill at home? If so you can purchase whole rye, wheat, spelt and barley. www.stiftelsenholma.org

Ekorundan 2008:
Ekorundan, or the Eco-Tour, is like an art tour but instead of looking at art you get to take a peek behind the scenes of some organic farms in Skåne. The farms will be open on 6-7 September 2008, with tips on growing, walks in herb gardens, pick-your-own vegetables, competitions, tractors, and of course loads of fresh food. Where? At an organic farm near you. For more info, see www.ekobonden.se

Christinehofs Ekopark:
in the cultural landscape around the 1700s castle Christinehof you'll find open grazing land, wetlands and meandering waterways. You can walk on wheelchair-accessible pathways, have a guided tour, watch birds from the bird-watching tower and much more. www.christinehofsekopark.se

Landskapet JO:
Fishing, bird-watching, cultural and natural guided tours in boats and on bikes in the Kristianstad wetlands. JO also offers active environmental work for the preservation of various sensitive environments for people who want to do their part for the environment and their own conscience. It's a form of tourism that is growing all over the world, and has now reached Sweden. www.landskapet.se

Österlens Ekosalong:
a hair studio where all the hair products used are environmentally friendly. You can also buy natural brushes, eco-cotton, soaps, oils and shaving products. www.osterlens-ekosalong.se


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Environmental policies and climate change have led to a surge in interest for organic products in recent years. Many farms, farm shops, restaurants and cafés in Skåne sell goods that are the perfect green choice for people who care about the environment and animals. Here you'll find tips on Scanian parsnips, happy pigs, rapeseed oil, apples, mustard, sea buckthorn juice and much much more. Here you can: Buy organic vegetables and animal products raised organically, on-site

Mandelmann's gardens:
This farm focusses mainly on raising lambs in accordance with KRAV standards. Various types of tomatoes, cucumber, chillis and basil are grown in greenhouses, all organically. In the gardens grow flowers and vegetables, and when you have enjoyed the lovely green surroundings you can have a coffee in the café or shop in the store. www.mandelmann.se

Ängavallen:
Over the years, happy pigs have come to be Ängavallen's trademark. In this beautiful setting they also raise lamb and cattle according to KRAV standards. They also make cheese, bake bread and grow organic vegetables and spices. You can stock up in the farm shop, picnic in the park, eat at the restaurant and overnight at the stylish farm hotel. 100% organic! http://www.angavallen.se/english/index.php

Bäckdalen horticultural farm:
In recent years they have grown more and more herbs at Bäckdalen, where everything is produced according to KRAV standards. The range includes 11 types of basil, as well as other fresh herbs, Asian greens and edible flowers. Or what do you say about some thirty different tomato types, with a range of colours and shapes, and around 10 different cucumber varieties? In season there are loads of activities at Bäckdalen: lectures, cooking, wreath-making courses, table decorating and willow weaving. www.basilika.nu


Gunnarshög farm on Österlen:
On the plains of Skåne, in the heart of Österlen is the family business Gunnarshög Farm. Here they produce high-quality cold-pressed rapeseed oil - completely free of additives. Other products you'll find in the charming farm shop include cold-pressed linseed oil, vinegar, mustard, spices ,honey, jams, chutney, jellies and skin-care products made from oil. www.gunnarshog.se

Mossagården organic farm shop:
Fresh organic vegetables from their own farm and organic products from selected suppiers. Or what do you say about milk-fermented wax beans, fine balsamic vinegar, rosehip jam, sea buckthorn juice and various herbs. Pssst! Mossagården's customers include Swedish celebs Lena Olin and Lasse Hallström. www.mossagarden.se, Veberöd 1-3 August 2008 : Mossagården celebrates its 10th anniversary with a festival!

For three full days, from 1-3 August, the theme 'organic' will permeate everything on the programme, whether it's music, food or clothing.

Agriborg farm shop:
Arne Persson has run Agriborg according to organic principles since 1989. The farm is located just outside Tomelilla, in the middle of the plains of Skåne. There they grow some 40 different vegetables, potatoes, sugarbeet, hay for the animals and cereals. Arne and his Maria also have a farm shop which is open every day of the week, based on self service: the customer weighs their own vegetables and leaves the money in a little box. Tel: 0417-311 30, Hedeberga, Tomelilla

Naturlig Mat
Naturlig Mat is Ängelholm's own shop specializing in organic and certified food and products. The selection is growing constantly. There are currently more than 600 different items to choose from, including goods from local producers such as Björnekulla (in Ästorp) and Skånemejerier. www.naturligmat.com

Engelholmsglass:
Ice cream production in Ängelholm began as early as 1937, at that time as part of the local dairy. Production continued in the dairy until 1980 but when that facility became too small, production was moved to the business's new facilities on Helsingborg Road. Today almost all the products are made from cream supplied daily from the dairy. Factory sales are open on weekdays from 8-16.00 and Saturdays from 10-12.00. www.engelholmsglass.se

Wellingehus:
Between Malmö and Trelleborg you'll find the village of Vellinge and the farm Wellingehus. Here, among strawberry patches and rapeseed fields are two hotels that offer their guests genuine Scanian hospitality as well as welcome peace and quiet. Alongside the hotel business, the Wrethov family grows strawberries, onions, carrots and other utility plants, without any pesticides and inorganic fertilizers. www.wellingehus.com

Bjärhus farm shop:
Farm shop, smokehouse, delicatessen, catering, nursery, conference facilities. At Bjärhus the food goes straight from earth to plate. Here you can buy vegetables, organic groceries and many other things that you would expect at a classic farm shop. You get a friendly reception, and you can enjoy the idyllic country atmosphere, perhaps letting your thoughts float away to bygone day. At Bjärhus loft they arrange corporate lunches and eco-conferences for up to 50 people. The cosy setting includes a fireplace and licensed bar. www.bjarhus.se

Cafés or restaurants that serve organic food

En smak av österlen:
At the Vägstationen in Brösarp is a restaurant with breathtaking views of the Brösarp hills. It serves organic lamb from Österlen, KRAV-labelled Bosarp chicken, pork from Lillehem's free-range pigs and char from Öved. The menu is continually updated, and kept in tune with what is in season locally here on Österlen. The shop sells crispbread, mustard, jams, honey, smoked sausages and other delicacies. www.ensmakavosterlen.se

Tegnérs Matsalar in the Students' Building:
The Academic Society in Lund is operated by twelve of Lund's thirteen student clubs, or 'nations'. Ever since 1851, when the first part of the Academic Society's building was completed, there has been some type of restaurant here. The current premises of Tegnérs Matsalar were finished in 1911. Tegnérs Matsalar serves lunch every weekday, where you can choose from the lunch of the day, the vegetarian dish of the day or the KRAV dish of the week! www.tegners.com

Friden's farm shop, at the end of the road:
Here they specialize in wood-fired pizzas baked from organic flour. The ingredients on the pizzas are for the most part organic as well. Friden's also serves organic wine from Italy. You can sleep in one of the adjacent rooms. Relax. Enjoy Friden. www.friden.nu

Grönland 864, Café and farm shop:
In a lovely green setting they serve coffee and homemade organic baked goods. There is also a shop with a wide range of organic products. Many of the recipes are from grandmother, who ran a small café together with her sisters in Gränna in the 1930s. www.gronland864.se

Sustainable Opportunities

Railbiking in Fyledalen, on Romeleåsen, at Sankt Olof:
a guaranteed environmentally-friendly way to get around, on a discontinued railway, for all ages. Riding along the track, enjoying the Scanian scenery is a clean, green experience! www.skane.com

Holma Gård:
Boil peas from Siberian bushes instead of lentils, eat giant lambsquarters instead of spinach! Here they grow Sweden's first 'edible forest' in the in the forest garden, a garden with fruit trees, nut trees, berry bushes and herbs, growing together in a sort of 'forest' of edible plants. Discover many unusual crosses, such as current-gooseberries - little black berries that grow on a bush with serrate leaves, and current-raspberries - a relative of the blackberry. In the Eco Shop they grind your flour while you wait. Or do you have a mill at home? If so you can purchase whole rye, wheat, spelt and barley. www.stiftelsenholma.org

Ekorundan 2008:
Ekorundan, or the Eco-Tour, is like an art tour but instead of looking at art you get to take a peek behind the scenes of some organic farms in Skåne. The farms will be open on 6-7 September 2008, with tips on growing, walks in herb gardens, pick-your-own vegetables, competitions, tractors, and of course loads of fresh food. Where? At an organic farm near you. For more info, see www.ekobonden.se

Christinehofs Ekopark:
in the cultural landscape around the 1700s castle Christinehof you'll find open grazing land, wetlands and meandering waterways. You can walk on wheelchair-accessible pathways, have a guided tour, watch birds from the bird-watching tower and much more. www.christinehofsekopark.se

Landskapet JO:
Fishing, bird-watching, cultural and natural guided tours in boats and on bikes in the Kristianstad wetlands. JO also offers active environmental work for the preservation of various sensitive environments for people who want to do their part for the environment and their own conscience. It's a form of tourism that is growing all over the world, and has now reached Sweden. www.landskapet.se

Österlens Ekosalong:
a hair studio where all the hair products used are environmentally friendly. You can also buy natural brushes, eco-cotton, soaps, oils and shaving products. www.osterlens-ekosalong.se


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Environmental policies and climate change have led to a surge in interest for organic products in recent years. Many farms, farm shops, restaurants and cafés in Skåne sell goods that are the perfect green choice for people who care about the environment and animals. Here you'll find tips on Scanian parsnips, happy pigs, rapeseed oil, apples, mustard, sea buckthorn juice and much much more. Here you can: Buy organic vegetables and animal products raised organically, on-site

Mandelmann's gardens:
This farm focusses mainly on raising lambs in accordance with KRAV standards. Various types of tomatoes, cucumber, chillis and basil are grown in greenhouses, all organically. In the gardens grow flowers and vegetables, and when you have enjoyed the lovely green surroundings you can have a coffee in the café or shop in the store. www.mandelmann.se

Ängavallen:
Over the years, happy pigs have come to be Ängavallen's trademark. In this beautiful setting they also raise lamb and cattle according to KRAV standards. They also make cheese, bake bread and grow organic vegetables and spices. You can stock up in the farm shop, picnic in the park, eat at the restaurant and overnight at the stylish farm hotel. 100% organic! http://www.angavallen.se/english/index.php

Bäckdalen horticultural farm:
In recent years they have grown more and more herbs at Bäckdalen, where everything is produced according to KRAV standards. The range includes 11 types of basil, as well as other fresh herbs, Asian greens and edible flowers. Or what do you say about some thirty different tomato types, with a range of colours and shapes, and around 10 different cucumber varieties? In season there are loads of activities at Bäckdalen: lectures, cooking, wreath-making courses, table decorating and willow weaving. www.basilika.nu


Gunnarshög farm on Österlen:
On the plains of Skåne, in the heart of Österlen is the family business Gunnarshög Farm. Here they produce high-quality cold-pressed rapeseed oil - completely free of additives. Other products you'll find in the charming farm shop include cold-pressed linseed oil, vinegar, mustard, spices ,honey, jams, chutney, jellies and skin-care products made from oil. www.gunnarshog.se

Mossagården organic farm shop:
Fresh organic vegetables from their own farm and organic products from selected suppiers. Or what do you say about milk-fermented wax beans, fine balsamic vinegar, rosehip jam, sea buckthorn juice and various herbs. Pssst! Mossagården's customers include Swedish celebs Lena Olin and Lasse Hallström. www.mossagarden.se, Veberöd 1-3 August 2008 : Mossagården celebrates its 10th anniversary with a festival!

For three full days, from 1-3 August, the theme 'organic' will permeate everything on the programme, whether it's music, food or clothing.

Agriborg farm shop:
Arne Persson has run Agriborg according to organic principles since 1989. The farm is located just outside Tomelilla, in the middle of the plains of Skåne. There they grow some 40 different vegetables, potatoes, sugarbeet, hay for the animals and cereals. Arne and his Maria also have a farm shop which is open every day of the week, based on self service: the customer weighs their own vegetables and leaves the money in a little box. Tel: 0417-311 30, Hedeberga, Tomelilla

Naturlig Mat
Naturlig Mat is Ängelholm's own shop specializing in organic and certified food and products. The selection is growing constantly. There are currently more than 600 different items to choose from, including goods from local producers such as Björnekulla (in Ästorp) and Skånemejerier. www.naturligmat.com

Engelholmsglass:
Ice cream production in Ängelholm began as early as 1937, at that time as part of the local dairy. Production continued in the dairy until 1980 but when that facility became too small, production was moved to the business's new facilities on Helsingborg Road. Today almost all the products are made from cream supplied daily from the dairy. Factory sales are open on weekdays from 8-16.00 and Saturdays from 10-12.00. www.engelholmsglass.se

Wellingehus:
Between Malmö and Trelleborg you'll find the village of Vellinge and the farm Wellingehus. Here, among strawberry patches and rapeseed fields are two hotels that offer their guests genuine Scanian hospitality as well as welcome peace and quiet. Alongside the hotel business, the Wrethov family grows strawberries, onions, carrots and other utility plants, without any pesticides and inorganic fertilizers. www.wellingehus.com

Bjärhus farm shop:
Farm shop, smokehouse, delicatessen, catering, nursery, conference facilities. At Bjärhus the food goes straight from earth to plate. Here you can buy vegetables, organic groceries and many other things that you would expect at a classic farm shop. You get a friendly reception, and you can enjoy the idyllic country atmosphere, perhaps letting your thoughts float away to bygone day. At Bjärhus loft they arrange corporate lunches and eco-conferences for up to 50 people. The cosy setting includes a fireplace and licensed bar. www.bjarhus.se

Cafés or restaurants that serve organic food

En smak av österlen:
At the Vägstationen in Brösarp is a restaurant with breathtaking views of the Brösarp hills. It serves organic lamb from Österlen, KRAV-labelled Bosarp chicken, pork from Lillehem's free-range pigs and char from Öved. The menu is continually updated, and kept in tune with what is in season locally here on Österlen. The shop sells crispbread, mustard, jams, honey, smoked sausages and other delicacies. www.ensmakavosterlen.se

Tegnérs Matsalar in the Students' Building:
The Academic Society in Lund is operated by twelve of Lund's thirteen student clubs, or 'nations'. Ever since 1851, when the first part of the Academic Society's building was completed, there has been some type of restaurant here. The current premises of Tegnérs Matsalar were finished in 1911. Tegnérs Matsalar serves lunch every weekday, where you can choose from the lunch of the day, the vegetarian dish of the day or the KRAV dish of the week! www.tegners.com

Friden's farm shop, at the end of the road:
Here they specialize in wood-fired pizzas baked from organic flour. The ingredients on the pizzas are for the most part organic as well. Friden's also serves organic wine from Italy. You can sleep in one of the adjacent rooms. Relax. Enjoy Friden. www.friden.nu

Grönland 864, Café and farm shop:
In a lovely green setting they serve coffee and homemade organic baked goods. There is also a shop with a wide range of organic products. Many of the recipes are from grandmother, who ran a small café together with her sisters in Gränna in the 1930s. www.gronland864.se

Sustainable Opportunities

Railbiking in Fyledalen, on Romeleåsen, at Sankt Olof:
a guaranteed environmentally-friendly way to get around, on a discontinued railway, for all ages. Riding along the track, enjoying the Scanian scenery is a clean, green experience! www.skane.com

Holma Gård:
Boil peas from Siberian bushes instead of lentils, eat giant lambsquarters instead of spinach! Here they grow Sweden's first 'edible forest' in the in the forest garden, a garden with fruit trees, nut trees, berry bushes and herbs, growing together in a sort of 'forest' of edible plants. Discover many unusual crosses, such as current-gooseberries - little black berries that grow on a bush with serrate leaves, and current-raspberries - a relative of the blackberry. In the Eco Shop they grind your flour while you wait. Or do you have a mill at home? If so you can purchase whole rye, wheat, spelt and barley. www.stiftelsenholma.org

Ekorundan 2008:
Ekorundan, or the Eco-Tour, is like an art tour but instead of looking at art you get to take a peek behind the scenes of some organic farms in Skåne. The farms will be open on 6-7 September 2008, with tips on growing, walks in herb gardens, pick-your-own vegetables, competitions, tractors, and of course loads of fresh food. Where? At an organic farm near you. For more info, see www.ekobonden.se

Christinehofs Ekopark:
in the cultural landscape around the 1700s castle Christinehof you'll find open grazing land, wetlands and meandering waterways. You can walk on wheelchair-accessible pathways, have a guided tour, watch birds from the bird-watching tower and much more. www.christinehofsekopark.se

Landskapet JO:
Fishing, bird-watching, cultural and natural guided tours in boats and on bikes in the Kristianstad wetlands. JO also offers active environmental work for the preservation of various sensitive environments for people who want to do their part for the environment and their own conscience. It's a form of tourism that is growing all over the world, and has now reached Sweden. www.landskapet.se

Österlens Ekosalong:
a hair studio where all the hair products used are environmentally friendly. You can also buy natural brushes, eco-cotton, soaps, oils and shaving products. www.osterlens-ekosalong.se


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Environmental policies and climate change have led to a surge in interest for organic products in recent years. Many farms, farm shops, restaurants and cafés in Skåne sell goods that are the perfect green choice for people who care about the environment and animals. Here you'll find tips on Scanian parsnips, happy pigs, rapeseed oil, apples, mustard, sea buckthorn juice and much much more. Here you can: Buy organic vegetables and animal products raised organically, on-site

Mandelmann's gardens:
This farm focusses mainly on raising lambs in accordance with KRAV standards. Various types of tomatoes, cucumber, chillis and basil are grown in greenhouses, all organically. In the gardens grow flowers and vegetables, and when you have enjoyed the lovely green surroundings you can have a coffee in the café or shop in the store. www.mandelmann.se

Ängavallen:
Over the years, happy pigs have come to be Ängavallen's trademark. In this beautiful setting they also raise lamb and cattle according to KRAV standards. They also make cheese, bake bread and grow organic vegetables and spices. You can stock up in the farm shop, picnic in the park, eat at the restaurant and overnight at the stylish farm hotel. 100% organic! http://www.angavallen.se/english/index.php

Bäckdalen horticultural farm:
In recent years they have grown more and more herbs at Bäckdalen, where everything is produced according to KRAV standards. The range includes 11 types of basil, as well as other fresh herbs, Asian greens and edible flowers. Or what do you say about some thirty different tomato types, with a range of colours and shapes, and around 10 different cucumber varieties? In season there are loads of activities at Bäckdalen: lectures, cooking, wreath-making courses, table decorating and willow weaving. www.basilika.nu


Gunnarshög farm on Österlen:
On the plains of Skåne, in the heart of Österlen is the family business Gunnarshög Farm. Here they produce high-quality cold-pressed rapeseed oil - completely free of additives. Other products you'll find in the charming farm shop include cold-pressed linseed oil, vinegar, mustard, spices ,honey, jams, chutney, jellies and skin-care products made from oil. www.gunnarshog.se

Mossagården organic farm shop:
Fresh organic vegetables from their own farm and organic products from selected suppiers. Or what do you say about milk-fermented wax beans, fine balsamic vinegar, rosehip jam, sea buckthorn juice and various herbs. Pssst! Mossagården's customers include Swedish celebs Lena Olin and Lasse Hallström. www.mossagarden.se, Veberöd 1-3 August 2008 : Mossagården celebrates its 10th anniversary with a festival!

For three full days, from 1-3 August, the theme 'organic' will permeate everything on the programme, whether it's music, food or clothing.

Agriborg farm shop:
Arne Persson has run Agriborg according to organic principles since 1989. The farm is located just outside Tomelilla, in the middle of the plains of Skåne. There they grow some 40 different vegetables, potatoes, sugarbeet, hay for the animals and cereals. Arne and his Maria also have a farm shop which is open every day of the week, based on self service: the customer weighs their own vegetables and leaves the money in a little box. Tel: 0417-311 30, Hedeberga, Tomelilla

Naturlig Mat
Naturlig Mat is Ängelholm's own shop specializing in organic and certified food and products. The selection is growing constantly. There are currently more than 600 different items to choose from, including goods from local producers such as Björnekulla (in Ästorp) and Skånemejerier. www.naturligmat.com

Engelholmsglass:
Ice cream production in Ängelholm began as early as 1937, at that time as part of the local dairy. Production continued in the dairy until 1980 but when that facility became too small, production was moved to the business's new facilities on Helsingborg Road. Today almost all the products are made from cream supplied daily from the dairy. Factory sales are open on weekdays from 8-16.00 and Saturdays from 10-12.00. www.engelholmsglass.se

Wellingehus:
Between Malmö and Trelleborg you'll find the village of Vellinge and the farm Wellingehus. Here, among strawberry patches and rapeseed fields are two hotels that offer their guests genuine Scanian hospitality as well as welcome peace and quiet. Alongside the hotel business, the Wrethov family grows strawberries, onions, carrots and other utility plants, without any pesticides and inorganic fertilizers. www.wellingehus.com

Bjärhus farm shop:
Farm shop, smokehouse, delicatessen, catering, nursery, conference facilities. At Bjärhus the food goes straight from earth to plate. Here you can buy vegetables, organic groceries and many other things that you would expect at a classic farm shop. You get a friendly reception, and you can enjoy the idyllic country atmosphere, perhaps letting your thoughts float away to bygone day. At Bjärhus loft they arrange corporate lunches and eco-conferences for up to 50 people. The cosy setting includes a fireplace and licensed bar. www.bjarhus.se

Cafés or restaurants that serve organic food

En smak av österlen:
At the Vägstationen in Brösarp is a restaurant with breathtaking views of the Brösarp hills. It serves organic lamb from Österlen, KRAV-labelled Bosarp chicken, pork from Lillehem's free-range pigs and char from Öved. The menu is continually updated, and kept in tune with what is in season locally here on Österlen. The shop sells crispbread, mustard, jams, honey, smoked sausages and other delicacies. www.ensmakavosterlen.se

Tegnérs Matsalar in the Students' Building:
The Academic Society in Lund is operated by twelve of Lund's thirteen student clubs, or 'nations'. Ever since 1851, when the first part of the Academic Society's building was completed, there has been some type of restaurant here. The current premises of Tegnérs Matsalar were finished in 1911. Tegnérs Matsalar serves lunch every weekday, where you can choose from the lunch of the day, the vegetarian dish of the day or the KRAV dish of the week! www.tegners.com

Friden's farm shop, at the end of the road:
Here they specialize in wood-fired pizzas baked from organic flour. The ingredients on the pizzas are for the most part organic as well. Friden's also serves organic wine from Italy. You can sleep in one of the adjacent rooms. Relax. Enjoy Friden. www.friden.nu

Grönland 864, Café and farm shop:
In a lovely green setting they serve coffee and homemade organic baked goods. There is also a shop with a wide range of organic products. Many of the recipes are from grandmother, who ran a small café together with her sisters in Gränna in the 1930s. www.gronland864.se

Sustainable Opportunities

Railbiking in Fyledalen, on Romeleåsen, at Sankt Olof:
a guaranteed environmentally-friendly way to get around, on a discontinued railway, for all ages. Riding along the track, enjoying the Scanian scenery is a clean, green experience! www.skane.com

Holma Gård:
Boil peas from Siberian bushes instead of lentils, eat giant lambsquarters instead of spinach! Here they grow Sweden's first 'edible forest' in the in the forest garden, a garden with fruit trees, nut trees, berry bushes and herbs, growing together in a sort of 'forest' of edible plants. Discover many unusual crosses, such as current-gooseberries - little black berries that grow on a bush with serrate leaves, and current-raspberries - a relative of the blackberry. In the Eco Shop they grind your flour while you wait. Or do you have a mill at home? If so you can purchase whole rye, wheat, spelt and barley. www.stiftelsenholma.org

Ekorundan 2008:
Ekorundan, or the Eco-Tour, is like an art tour but instead of looking at art you get to take a peek behind the scenes of some organic farms in Skåne. The farms will be open on 6-7 September 2008, with tips on growing, walks in herb gardens, pick-your-own vegetables, competitions, tractors, and of course loads of fresh food. Where? At an organic farm near you. For more info, see www.ekobonden.se

Christinehofs Ekopark:
in the cultural landscape around the 1700s castle Christinehof you'll find open grazing land, wetlands and meandering waterways. You can walk on wheelchair-accessible pathways, have a guided tour, watch birds from the bird-watching tower and much more. www.christinehofsekopark.se

Landskapet JO:
Fishing, bird-watching, cultural and natural guided tours in boats and on bikes in the Kristianstad wetlands. JO also offers active environmental work for the preservation of various sensitive environments for people who want to do their part for the environment and their own conscience. It's a form of tourism that is growing all over the world, and has now reached Sweden. www.landskapet.se

Österlens Ekosalong:
a hair studio where all the hair products used are environmentally friendly. You can also buy natural brushes, eco-cotton, soaps, oils and shaving products. www.osterlens-ekosalong.se


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