Wasa sandwich Cream cheese and chives

1 Apr

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Aujourd’hui je vous parle d’une inno trouvée en Allemagne : les sandwichs Wasa !
Pour ceux qui ne connaissent pas la marque, elle est suédoise et spécialisée dans les crackers.
Apparemment, on peut trouver ce produit en Suède (où on en trouve également au cream cheese et chocolat !), en Allemagne, aux Pays-Bas, en Pologne… mais pas encore en France (bien que j’ai noté du français sur le packaging, donc cela ne saurait tarder).

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Today I’m talking about an innovation found in Germany: Wasa sandwiches!
For those of you who don’t know the brand, it is Swedish and specialises in crackers.
Apparently, this product is sold in Sweden (where you can also find a sweet version with chocolate and cream cheese!), in Germany, in the Netherlands, in Poland… but not yet in France (although I noticed some French translation on the packaging, so it may arrive sooner or later).

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Le produit consiste simplement en deux packs individuels de deux sandwichs faits avec deux crackers et une pâte au milieu. J’ai goûté la version cream cheese et ciboulette, un peu trop salée et rigide à mon goût. Un peu sec et “étouffe-chrétien”. Mais je salue l’idée, car je la trouve bonne.
On trouve d’autres goûts comme paprika/cream cheese, cream cheese seul ou cream cheese et tomate basilic.

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The product simply consists in two packs of two sandwiches made with two crakers filled in-between with a paste.
I tried the one filled with cream cheese and chives, which was a bit too salty and stiff to my taste. It was a bit dry and thick. But I think it is still a good idea.
There are other tastes available like Cream Cheese, Cream cheese and paprika or cream cheese tomato and basil.

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