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THE Nordic POP.

From denmark with love and Berries.

 

 

A BITE OF NORDIC SUMMER

 

Our Nordic pops are handmade daily from vitamin-packed super berries like sea buckthorn, cloudberry, gooseberry and blueberry. Inspired by the Nordic kitchen we create fruity summer treats, always based on our own original recipes. Whether refreshing sorbet or creamy gelato, we work only with quality ingredients and stay away from artificial stabilizers and preservatives. Looking for vegan or dairy-free options? We have those too. Fancy something more decadent? Indulge your sweet tooth with our Madagascar Vanilla, Salty Caramel or Hazelnut pops. Happy #Hygge with Nordikos!

 
 

Gelato MEET SORBET

Our base recipe is simple: berries and fruit. Depending on the pop, we add selected ingredients: cream or dairy, a layer of bitter dark chocolate, a dusting of home-baked Makroner. We source our fruit and berry primarily from Scandinavia.

WILD AT HEART

Our berries are non-GMO, where possible organic, and some, like cloudberry and sea buckthorn, are picked in the wild. Translation: someone literally walks through the forests of Sweden and Finland plucking berries by hand.

BERRY NUTRITIOUS

Nordic berries are undisputed superfoods and they are as nutritious frozen as fresh. Berry-lovers store their hand-picked supply in the freezer for a taste of summer all year-round. We buy our berries seasonally at the market or flash-frozen, a process that locks in nutrients, flavour and freshness. 

Berries are incredibly rich in antioxidants, including vitamins, flavonoids and carotens.

THe Nordikos Story

 
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Nordikos is more than pops—it's an expression of what we love about The Nordic kitchen.

 

Husband and wife team Jacob and Vanessa wanted to bring the vibrant flavors of Nordic berries to their adopted hometown, Madrid. 

After moving to Spain from Copenhagen, they missed a place to indulge in the specialties of Jacob's native Denmark: the home-made sea buckthorn juice produced by his sister or the desserts whipped up by his mother Lise, with fruits grown in her own garden.

They pooled their talents and experience, and enlisted Lise, with her passion for Nordic food and design, to help launch Nordikos.