The Danish Society

Denmark is a small country with a population of approximately 5.9 million. It is one of the three Scandinavia countries, and Denmark also shares border with Germany. 

You might have heard that Danes are some of the happiest people on the planet. Maybe the Danish welfare system is one of the reasons why. A cornerstone in the Danish welfare system are free and equal rights to benefits such as healthcare and education. The welfare system aims to ensure economic equality in society and verbally no corruption and low crime rates.

A Bicycle Nation

In Denmark, bicycling is one of the primary forms of transportation. In sunshine, rain, hail, snow - you will see bicyclists on their way to work, the grocery store, or social events. "The bike is a Dane´s best friend" - particularly in the larger Danish cities that offer an extensive network of bicycle lanes. It also helps that the country's terrain is primarily flat.

A proud Monarchy

Denmark has one of the oldest monarchies in the world. From current monarchy Her Majesty Queen Margrethe II, the Danish monarchy dates back to the first Vikings of Denmark more than 1.000 years ago.

Never
Conventional

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We are made
in Denmark
Born and raised in Denmark. Long scratches of untouched nature and among the happiest people in the world. More than 60% of the landscape is field used agriculture – a world record too. We are blessed with strong traditions in design, and internationally acknowledged for our welfare system and our high morality and ethical standards.
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Pioneers in
renewable energy
Denmark is an ambitious frontrunner within sustainable and renewable energy, and our country’s wind production exceeds any other OECD country per capita. As a company we naturally take active part in the green agenda, and today, more than two-thirds of our energy consumption derives from bioenergy.
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Based on a
patented process
It’s our vision to deliver high-quality milk that have maximum nutritional value, and a minimum of environmental impact. We use a unique patented technology and process, that extracts proteins directly from fresh milk, using a filtration technology. This means bypassing the entire cheese making process, which leads to a significant reduction in processing – and a better milk.
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Two birds
Danish
Ecology
The first country to introduce a state controlled organic label in 1990, accelerating the demand for cleaner products. Today we are world leading with the largest share of organic products offered, sold, and consumed pr. capita in the world.
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