Jag testar Coops lömskaste produkt: Fruktgodingar (English in description)
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In this video I test Swedish chain Coop's own product Fruktgodingar, roughly translated to "Fruit goodies", from their organic brand Änglamark. I oppose them because I find them to present themselves as they're essentially partly dried pieces of fruit when in reality they're around 80 % apple syrup, which is essentially pure sugar and some water. All are also around 90 % apple, except for Raspberry which is 15 % raspberry and 81 % apple. All fruit and berries are imported too (except raspberries where it's not listed), which feels unnecessary when all resources are native to Sweden, especially apples. They are also quite expensive at 14:50 SEK for 45 g. All in all, they're not bad products as such (the raspberry one is even rather good), but they're like dressing a pig in an Armani suit; they look like some healthy candy alternative when in reality they're expensive gummies with little benefit. If that's what you're after then go for it, but otherwise you should avoid them
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