It's that time of year again. The stands are popping up all over the city. Just in front of the mall, in fact, you can find two set up right next to each other.
|A price war in the making, perhaps?|
Yes, it's time for Norwegian strawberries again. And people here seem to be quite serious about them. Countless times, we've been told of the far-superior berries grown in Norway.
Don't get me wrong: they are good. Maybe it's just my inexperienced palette - but I can't really taste a difference between them and the strawberries we can buy at the grocery stores.
So while many around us are snatching up local berries for 35 - 50 kroner per basket (prices are continuing to drop as supply has greatly increased the last few days), we were happy to buy the Belgian berries at our local Kiwi last week for 18 kroner for a basket.
So to our friends who live in Norway...
What do you think? Can you taste a big difference? Do you spend a little more to get the Norwegian fruit? Are we missing out?