Saturday, 7 August 2010


In Norway the population is approximately 4,858,200.....
I did not believe what I read the other day, so I had to rip out the newspaper page saying that we are a nation that buys 48 million frozen pizzas pr.year, and "Grandiosa", shown in this picture, accounts for nearly 50% of these sales.
In a way I can understand students eating frozen pizza (after heating them of course), as a cheap meal solution, but I found it strange that the newspaper article also stated that many people eat frozen pizza on Christmas Eve!
I would have thought that it was a strange festive choice.

What strange eating habits, if any, are there where you are living...?

6 comments:

billyB said...

That's only 10 a year each including babies! I don't think I've seen a minced beef and onion pizza in England, they usually have some kind of ham or pepperoni on them, sometimes a triple cheese pizza, that's cheese with cheese and then a bit more cheese on top of all that. Yummy ....

Irina said...

I like pizza, once in half year:-)

Mo said...

OMG that an awful lot of pizza

VP said...

I love pizza and eat it almost twice a week...

Francisca said...

Gunn, you really really don't want to hear about the strange things we eat over here in Asia... Let's just say frozen pizza is MILD by comparison... :-D

Halcyon said...

We typically eat at a Chinese restaurant on Christmas Eve.

I love pizza, but don't eat it too often. I'm not keen on the American style. Crust is too doughy and they put too much cheese and toppings on it.