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A Piece of Holland Abroad: Enjoying Dutch Groceries

Dear Dutch expats around the world,

Whether you’re living on the other side of the globe or just across the border, there’s nothing quite like Dutch groceries to make you long for the taste of home. Those familiar flavors and products are like a warm hug from your homeland, and luckily, there are ways to bring a piece of the Netherlands abroad.

One of the most treasured treasures for Dutch expats is undoubtedly the famous stroopwafel. Those delightfully thin waffles with gooey syrup sandwiched between them, are so addictive that you can’t get enough. Fortunately, you can now find them in many international supermarkets, or you can even try your hand at making them yourself. Or how about a delicious pancake with syrup? That’s a real treat!

And let’s not forget – the cheese! Dutch cheese is world-renowned for its rich taste and variety. Whether you love young Gouda cheese, aged and tangy old cheese, or perhaps the unique flavor of Edam, you can always find a piece of home to pamper your taste buds.

Bitterballen and kroketten are also irresistible. These delicious fried snacks with a creamy filling are a treat for any occasion. Whether you’re throwing a party or just craving a savory snack, bitterballen and kroketten will transport you straight back to the cozy pubs of the Netherlands.

And don’t forget Dutch spices. From hagelslag to speculaas and the famous licorice (dropjes), these sweet and salty delights add a touch of Dutch magic to your day. Enjoy a slice of bread with hagelslag for breakfast or share a bag of dropjes with friends while reminiscing about your time in the Netherlands.

Indonesian Delights: Rijsttafel at Home Indulge in the rich and diverse flavors of Dutch-Indonesian cuisine. Make your own rijsttafel (rice table) by exploring Indonesian ingredients like sambal, krupuk, and ketjap manis.

Last but not least, don’t forget the Dutch cycling culture. While you may not have the same bike paths and infrastructure in your new home, you can still keep the Dutch spirit alive by going for a bike ride now and then. It’s not only a great way to explore the surroundings, but it will also remind you of the freedom and fine lifestyle you knew in the Netherlands.

So Dutch expats, as you explore the world and gain new experiences, remember to keep a piece of the Netherlands in your heart and in your shopping cart from time to time. It’s the little things that give you a warm feeling of home, no matter where you are.

Warm regards from the Netherlands!
J. Haringa


FoodFromHolland.eu, real Dutch products delivered at home in your country! That’s our motto, motivation, and where we would stand for. We do for you the Dutch groceries and ensure that it is delivered to you at your home. We can offer you many Dutch products at the best prices …this is because FoodFromHolland uses recycled shipping materials, efficient handling ‘paper use’ and because we buy directly, we have no expensive premises in maintenance.


FoodFromHolland.eu originated in 2012. The idea had long been present, to shop for Dutch citizens abroad! The knot is severed and we are pleased to be able to come with the new website and Online Store.

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