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Reflections from a Swede in Norway.

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Red bulls invade Norway

Published: Thursday 2009-04-23.

Just heard on the radio that that Red Bull will soon be sold in Norway due to new regulations coming into effect. That sounds good, then perhaps it soon will be possible to get hold of Joltcola without having to go to Sweden and import myself?

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  • Datum: 2009-04-23 18.15.08 CEST
  • Namn: Anders Carlsson
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Påverkas Norge av ändrade EU-regler? :-o Jaja, i värsta fall får de väl sälja dryckerna på Vinmonopolet så de har koll på vem som handlar och att man har åldern inne. Den som redan är uppenbart koffeinpåverkad lär bli nekad.

  • Datum: 2009-04-24 13.26.52 CEST
  • Namn: Peter Krefting
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