The Day of Finnish Food has now been celebrated three times. Although every day is Finnish Food Day, it is celebrated again on 4 September. Put a date in your diary! The recipe for Finnish Food Day is simple: pick up food and drinks from the shelves of your grocery store that carry the blue and white Hyvää Suomesta label. Then just gather around the table and enjoy the best of your country together. Finnish food is a unique combination of purity, expertise and responsibility – and therefore deserves its own special day!
The Hyvää Suomesta label is a symbol of cooperation in the Finnish food chain. The label on the packaging indicates that the food is Finnish in origin: the raw materials and labour come from the country and the producers and production chain are known. Agriculture, industry and commerce, both small and large companies are involved. That is why the Good from Finland label is the signature of the Finnish Food Day.
Kujala Farm’s meat, cereal products and sauces have the Hyvää Suomesta label.