Good afternoon, ladies and gentlemen,
Welcome to Gothenburg, Sweden, world’s capital of salmon industry. I am joined by my friend Fillet the Salmon. Today we will give you access to the inner workings of the meat industry in Sweden, and we will share with you our passion for Salmon.
In order to create common starting ground for our view of the future, I will first share with you what has happened since 2004.
Since 2004, the price of beef has grown most significantly, followed by the price of salmon and then chicken. The price of salmon was largely unaffected by the economic slowdown of 08′. You can rest assured that the price of salmon will continue to grow. So you better eat it now!
Salmon also outperforms its competitors in the meat category. It offers rich nutrition, such as Omega 3-6-9, which is vital to survive the dark and cold Swedish winter.
Below is an example Salmon + Rice, prepared in under 15 mins.
Above, a sample brunch at Chalmers Student Union bar – J.A. Pripps. Salmon is offered during Sunday’s brunch. 117 SEK per person.
Below: an Asian noodle soup with Swedish meatballs somehow mixed in. Takes about same preparation time as Salmon.
Above: a stingy piece of steak (depending on the cut) cost almost twice as much as salmon here in Sweden.
Below: Den Svenska Pizza Salad, a Swedish national dish. Yes! Pizza is finally healthy!