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Wasa Review & Giveaway

by Nicole on October 6, 2011

Name of Product: Wasa

Where can the product be purchased: at grocers nationwide

Description of Product: “Wasa is a bakery company founded in 1919 in Sweden, and has been part of the Italian BARILLA Group since 1999. Wasa sells crispbread and other bakery products in 40 countries including many European countries (Scandinavia, Germany, Poland, Holland, France, Italy) but also the USA. Wasa has three bakeries which are located in Filipstad (Sweden), Hamar (Norway) and Celle (Germany).”

Review of Product:  I remember eating Wasa when I was younger but hadn’t had it in a long time until I went to BlogHer in August and Wasa had its own suite with samples and recipes.  I was excited to try Wasa again – it was so much different than how I remembered it as a child.  The new Wasa is big on taste and the crunch is awesome.  The flavors are delicious and you can put anything on a Wasa – cottage cheese, cream cheese, butter, jam, anything! I tried the crisp’n light 7 grain pictured here as well as the whole grain, and the thin ‘n crispy flatbread in original and rosemary.  I like the thin ‘n crispy in rosemary the best – the rosemary flavor is delightful and with cottage cheese and chives on the top it’s the perfect protein-full and balanced snack!

Giveaway: The folks at Wasa have graciously decided to give two (2) lucky Nicole’s Nickels readers their own Wasa prize pack which includes: Wasa-branded recyclable tote — Wasa USB — Wasa Tin (great way to store crispbreads and can also be used as a recipe holder) — Wasa pen — “Cooking with Crispbread” book by Art Smith!

Enter using the Rafflecopter form below – you can only do each entry once!

I received the Wasa I reviewed in this post to write this review at no charge. My opinions remain my own.

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