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Today, sustainability is moving increasingly to the forefront of people’s mind, and nowhere more so than in the Nordic Countries, where they have really embraced sustainability as a way of life. Nordic chefs lead the way when it comes to focusing on local ingredients; taking on a zero-waste, nose-to-tail approach; and reducing both food and packaging waste. They are setting the standard for the rest of the world to follow
Gwendal Poullennec, International Director of the Michelin Guides
We are looking forward to celebrating the best Nordic restaurants in Trondheim. Over the years the city has become one of the culinary centerpoints in the Nordic countries. Trondheim is a hub of fresh ideas and valued traditions, and this mix is reflected in the gastronomic scene of the city. The top restaurants are showing a really high level of innovation and sustainability, while using the best produce the region has to offer
Gwendal Poullennec, International Director of the MICHELIN Guides
We are looking forward to celebrating the Nordic restaurants in Aarhus, a city that has rapidly developed into an economic, cultural and culinary Danish powerhouse. As a major international academic, cultural and business community, with its own busy port and marinas, it has embraced new ideas and traditions – something that has firmly permeated onto the gastronomy scene
Director of International Development for Guide Michelin Gwendal Poullennec
Once again, the Neste Oil Rally Finland proved to be one of the most spectacular rounds of the season
Pascal Couasnon, Michelin Motorsport Director
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