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Wasa, which has a staff of around 950 people, has been owned by the Barilla Group since 1999. The head office is in Stockholm, Sweden, and the company has production facilities in Filipstad in Sweden, Celle in Germany, and Hamar in Norway.
The name Wasa has its roots in an old Swedish word, vase, which means sheaf. Since the 14th century, the coat of arms of the first king of Sweden, Gustav Vasa, and his family has featured a stylized sheaf. Gustav Vasa was sometimes called the "Rye King". No-one knows exactly where the name comes from, but it may have its origins in the fact that the king demanded that his people pay their taxes in the form of rye, a valuable commodity at the time. For many years, Wasa used a picture of the Rye King on its packaging. This was later replaced by a royal crown above the name. Today, the crown has been evolved to a crown-sheaf which represents the origins of Wasa. It also lends a royal air to crispbread, something which is also reflected in the fact that the company has been appointed purveyor to His Majesty the King of Sweden.
Flavor: Sesame | Size: 7 Ounce (Pack of 12)
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My husband is diabetic so these are great to reduce carbs. They taste great & can be used in a variety of ways.Published 2 hours ago by EHSBulldogs
this crispbread is SO good! crunchy and full of a 'nutty' flavor.. i chose the flax because I understand it is really good for you [did you know the flax plant has a lovely little... Read morePublished 11 days ago by the great she-bear
Have used this when on my diet...love it...texture.taste and low calories. .works for mePublished 14 days ago by Barbara Lindsey
if you want to stay healthy and not worry about weight and other things... well can't think of a better bread alternative.Published 28 days ago by Ana-Maria Theis
This does not compare to the other wasa 'hard tack' products. This is a light and crispy wafer, more like a cookie. Read morePublished 1 month ago by DW