Blog: Why would this be?

Catherine Sleep | 17 January 2005

Apparently, Norwegians eat more pizza per head than any other nationality. Why? Surely the Italians should be ahead of the pack; it’s their creation after all.

Perhaps it is because Norwegians haven't yet generally embraced ethnic foods, so pizza doesn’t have to compete with things like kebabs on the street, or dishes like Indian ready meals at home. But this is mere guesswork; any Scandinavians out there care to enlighten me?

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