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The Capital of Finnish beverages
Timo Mikkola stands behind the bar counter

The Capital of Finnish beverages

Sinebrychoff, founded in 1819, is the oldest brewery in the Nordic countries and the third oldest company in Finland. It conveys its long traditions to modern times, constantly seeking ways to operate more ecologically. Sinebrychoff’s beers, ciders, lemonades, and other beverages are inseparable from Finnish everyday life and celebrations. The facility in Kerava produces 300 […]

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Green indeed
Roundpole fence

Green indeed

Hyria Education’s natural resources campus Uumo offers vocational training for young people and adults in a pleasant rural landscape in Hyvinkää. The campus is a scenic environment where natural resources management is educated on a teaching farm. Who are Uumo’s five hundred students, and how is sustainable thinking included in teaching? Natural resources education manager […]

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Brewing green for Christmas
The farmers of Christmas beer in front of the oats field

Brewing green for Christmas

The oldest brewery in the Nordics, Sinebrychoff, has made its traditional Christmas Beer with the same recipe since 1987. The “KOFF Jouluolut” beer is a Vienna-style fresh and tasty dark delicacy lager that goes well with traditional Nordic Christmas food like ham, casseroles, and fish. The barley for this year’s Christmas beer comes from two […]

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Great Finnish Bake Off

Great Finnish Bake Off

Confectionery pH7 produces colourful and sweet macarons and other delicacies in its production facilities in Tuusula. One can say that the company’s business rises like yeast. What does Toni Rantala, owner of pH7 and judge of the “Koko Suomi leipoo” television baking competition, consider the basis of success? “I learned to make macarons while studying […]

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