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Easter in Sweden by the numbers

1,500 tons herring, 2,000 tons of eggs and SEK 1.5 billion on flowers .. Easter, a serious holiday for sure.

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Easter by the numbers
7 million SEK ($1 million) is how much Swedes spend grocery-shopping during Easter week alone, which is 20% more than a normal week. What’s the most important ingredient on the Easter table? Eggs (54%), herring (16%), salmon (7%), Janssons frestelse (6%) and lamb (6%).
2,000 – that’s how many tons of eggs Swedes consume.
1,500 – how many tons of herring Swedes will consume. Clear sauces are most popular, but there are some geographical differences. In Stockholm pickled herring is preferred, while the folks in Göteborg like ”löksill” (pickled with onions) best. No Skåne table is complete without mustard herring.
77% of all Swedes plan to celebrate Easter with their families. 52% plan to consume Easter food, and 36% plan on relaxing. 24% want to be out in nature, and 7% are planning a church visit, while 5% want to do some shopping.
40% - this is how much the alcohol consumption increases during Easter in comparison with a normal week.
1.5 billion SEK ($227 million) this is how much Swedes spend on ”påskliljor” (daffodils), tulips, and other cut flowers at Easter.
500% - the increase of candy sales during Easter. This is the week Swedes eat the most candy during the entire year. Each Swede consumes 1.4 kilos (3 lbs) candy.
17.4% o of all Swedish people’s hotel bookings during the Easter week take place in London, which is the most popular destination, according to the travel site Trivago. London is followed by Stockholm, New York, Barcelona, and Paris. Easter is the holiday in Sweden during which most Swedes travel abroad.
38% - the percentage of Swedes who believe they will gain weight this Easter.
44% of all Swedes buy flowers for Easter. 31% invest in Easter decorations.

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