Food in Sweden

Vertimus

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I´m going to Sweden later in the winter and I wounder how expensive deli foods are over there.
can anyone please post the price for some salads like potato salad, red jello, turkey legs and so on.
 

Carbo

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Potato salad: $1.79/lb.
Turkey leg: $1.29/lb
What else can I interest you in?
 

Carbo

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Originally posted by: Vertimus
Originally posted by: Carbo
Potato salad: $1.79/lb.
Turkey leg: $1.29/lb
What else can I interest you in?

Are you sure they use the dollar in sweden?
I was being kind and did the conversion for you.
 

Turkish

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Originally posted by: Vertimus
I´m going to Sweden later in the winter and I wounder how expensive deli foods are over there.
can anyone please post the price for some salads like potato salad, red jello, turkey legs and so on.

no idea about prices but are you gonna take a whole year of deli food with you if it is expensive? :confused:
 

kt

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Don't count on living off Mickey D's like you can do over here. It can get expensive. There are plenty of grocery stores in Sweden, don't be lazy and learn to cook something simple.
 

kami333

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I :heart: Netto

Compared to the US, everything including food is more expensive.
 

Knarkarplanka

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Originally posted by: Vertimus
I´m going to Sweden later in the winter and I wounder how expensive deli foods are over there.
can anyone please post the price for some salads like potato salad, red jello, turkey legs and so on.

food ain´t that expensive here in sweden.
we use Kronor(crowns) and 1USD = 7,45 Crowns

potato salad = I can´t find any prices but I´d guess around 20 crowns for a kilo.
And there´s always stores that are much cheaper than regular ones.
I think you can find anything for about the same price as in america.

although jello might be hard to find, never eat´n it, and never seen it here in sweden.

offtopic: were in sweden are you coming to and why?, sweden isn´t exacly a tourists paradise:p