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Press releaseFebruary 16, 2021Naturli´Soft icePlant-basedNo more cream, it’s made with plants instead. Naturli’ from Denmark is known for its 100 per cent plant-based foods, among them world-class ice cream. That is why the company's developers have been working hard for two years to produce a green soft ice, and now it is ready to go on the market. The aim is an international breakthrough for their 100 per cent plant-based soft ice.
Press releaseDecember 9, 2020Danish designRattanRattan furnitureThis spring Sika-Design has big news. Their maintenance-free garden furniture is now available in a color that looks exactly like the natural material rattan. With this new color, Sika-Design has finally solved the dilemma of beautiful natural-looking garden furniture that is weather-resistant. Both new designs as well as iconic models have been added to outdoor collection in this new exciting color called “natural”.
Press releaseNovember 30, 2020DesignFableHyggeCozy living launches the SS21-collection with an eye-catching design. As a symbol of a fairytale the design of a Fable Creature will inspire to creating a personal cozy home for you and yours in a new world with a happy ending.
Press releaseSeptember 17, 2020FashionSportThe Olympic Gold Medalist and Danish Swim Star Pernille Blume enters a partnership with the sports brand DANISH ENDURANCE for the launch of a new collection of women’s lingerie. Read more in the press release in attachment.
Press releaseSeptember 2, 2020FoodPlantbased foodNaturliAs increasing numbers of Norwegians are developing an appetite for the taste of a green future, Naturli’ has just opened a 100 per cent plant-based café at Drammensveien 149 in Oslo. The café is owned by Naturli’, who ensure that guests always find 100 per cent plants on their plates and in their cups.
Press releaseAugust 25, 2020NaturliConsumers are developing green breakfast habits – just like their other meals. That is why Naturli’ – the market leader in plant-based foods in Denmark since 1988 – is introducing a whole range of 100 per cent plant-based yoghurt under the name Joe’ Kurt. Flavour, colour and consistency are all the same as traditional animal yoghurt. The company expects to place its plant-based yoghurt on ten export markets within two years.