A quick announcement on C&C -For those who are interested in all things Norwegian..
here is your chance to Taste, Feel and See Norway!
THE best of Norway will be showcased at the Norwegian Food and Consumer Fair 2011 at the Empire Shopping Gallery, Subang, from March 16 to March 20. Organised by the Royal Norwegian Embassy in Kuala Lumpur, there will be six exhibitors offering the best of Norwegian seafood and seafood products, marinated herrings, Norwegian baked goodies, Dr Barman’s Superbrush and dental care products, Norwegian Stressless recliners, and also, a photo gallery of spectacular Norway.
There will be chillers (by C-Food Portions) at the fair stocked with fresh salmon and salmon trout, Atlantic cod, live scallops, frozen lobsters, king crab, Atlantic mackerel, coldwater shrimps, salmon burgers, gravlaks, caviar and salmon roe. Cooked seafood products will be offered for the tasting such as smoked salmon, gravlaks and hot smoked mackerel, among others. At the Din Baker Handel booth, Norwegian breads and Norwegian artisan sandwiches such as Flying Chicken Cheese , Dancing Chicken with Mushroom , Swimming Salmon, Special Beef Salami and BBQ Bugwich will be available, as well as pastries.
The fair also features the photo exhibition “Norway at a glance”, which will give you an impression of Norwegians and life in Norway. By looking at these spectacular photos you will get a feeling of the land far up north, seen through the lens of various Norwegian photographers. Sports, fjords, mountains, cities and industry are just a few of the themes this exciting exhibition will showcase. You’ll see the lively celebration of the 17th of May, and get a look at both the challenges and joys of living in a country with cold and snowy winters. Be blown away by the breathtaking views of the fjords, get an idea of the biggest Norwegian industries, and be impressed by the modern architecture and design of Norway, at this fair, from March 16 to March 20 , at Empire Subang.
Empire Shopping Gallery,
Jalan SS16/1, 47500 Subang Jaya, Google Maps