Danish news: Lazy shoppers only have themselves to blame if their chili mayo is moldy, claims DR

That seems to be DR calling people who buy chili mayonnaise “lazy”.

Listing the ingredients – in fairness there are seven – it warned: “If you’ve been lazy, watch out – at least if you’ve shopped at Netto.”

Apparently, the Big Farm Boys version (230 grams; expiration date 11/22/2023) has been recalled due to a high risk of mold forming in the product.

Similar story with the cheese…almost
The same applies to ‘TreSpanske oste’, sold under the brand ‘Don Juan’ at and Blika.

Produced by Geia Food, expiry date is 26-02-2003.

The only difference is that DR did not label buyers as lazy for not buying a cow, coagulating the milk and separating the curds and whey.

Fighting talk from former prime minister over
After the meeting with , the president of Taiwan, in his capacity as chairman of the Alliance of Democracies, the former Danish Prime Minister has warned that there will be serious economic consequences if the country invades its island neighbour. “Any Chinese attempt to change the status quo in Taiwan by force should lead to a unified response, and we will have to make that clear to China,” he said. “China is far more dependent on global supply than . Making clear the economic consequences of any attack will act as a strong deterrent.”

A kick in the teeth for two-zone commuters in
As announced at the end of August, DSB has confirmed that the January round of fare increases will start from the 15th, and commuters in Copenhagen will be particularly hard hit. The price of a commuter card with two zones increases by DKK 40 per month to NOK 450, but the price of a commuter card with eight zones with only 20 to NOK 1,350. Other train tickets will increase by between 2.4 and almost 10 percent.

Three charged after a stabbing this morning in Vanløse
The police have confirmed that they have charged three people with attempted murder following the stabbing death of a 32-year-old man at Jyllingevej Station in Vanløse, an outer district of Copenhagen. All three, two men and one woman, are Polish. Train traffic was suspended while the police cordoned off the station. The incident was the capital’s 11th stabbing since Christmas Eve.

Likely explanation for mysterious inflatables – it’s Brexit innit
At least five abandoned rubber dinghies have been found on the west coast of , and although there has been no official explanation, it is believed that the vessels were used by people trying to sail from France to the UK – especially given their poor quality. Since Brexit, asylum seekers know that if their application is rejected by an EU country, they can apply again in the UK. In recent years, the number of boats attempting to cross the English Channel has begun to rival Mediterranean traffic.

Double the number of houses for sale compared to January 2022
There are currently twice as many houses for sale in the Capital Region as there were at the start of 2022, according to Boligsiden. This should be compared with a national average of 35.1 percent, although there are 46.1 percent more apartments. Rising interest rates mean that more people in the Capital Region are forced to sell.

Slide that caused girl’s death was demolished
The Cobra roller coaster at Tivoli Friheden in , where a 14-year-old girl lost her life in an accident in July, is being demolished. The accident is still under investigation by the authorities. A new ride should be in place in 2014 at the earliest, Tivoli Friheden confirmed.

Source: The Nordic Page

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