Gille news

“It wasn’t a huge leap to make the move to cookies”

Mikael Carlsson started working in the food industry 25 years ago, so the work he does today is built on solid foundations of experience. Having spent several years working for heavyweight companies such as Unilever and Pågen, he finally found his way to Continental...

Which Gille Ginger Snap are you?

Ginger snap small hearts, organic hearts, large hearts and hearts with no added sugar. And if you want to bake your own, you will find both classic and organic ginger snap dough in the refrigerated display. The Gille Ginger Snap range has a heart for everyone.  ...

Hearty congratulations to @erikasfikastund!

The winner of the Gille coffee classic competition was @erikasfikastund with her innovative idea about what you can do with Gille cookies to create a coffee classic for the future. Her bid on the future classic bears the title of “Cheesecake trifle with cloudberries...

Santa’s #hjärtefrågan

From now until Christmas you are sure to meet the Gille Santa in a variety of settings. He’s protesting against the “here and now trend” and promoting spending time together. He’s taking a stand in favour of people prioritising social interaction. In an increasingly...

“Crucial to listen to children and young people”

Magdalena Laestander has been working at BRIS as a counsellor for the past two and a half years. Every day, she helps many children and young people in need of support and assistance, but wishes that BRIS could help even more. BRIS (Barnens Rätt i Samhället) is an...

Gille helps BRIS to support children

Help the children’s rights organisation BRIS – which works to promote children’s rights in society – to finance a counsellor. Last year, Gille’s campaign to support BRIS raised an impressive SEK 510,738. The goal for this year is to raise at least SEK 600,000 – which...

Thank you Sweden – and well done Umeå!

During the spring of 2017, some of the biggest stores in Sweden competed for a demo with the famous female impersonator “Babsan”. The competition involved finding ways to attract the most attention and showcasing “Coffee tip of the day” for all customers in the store....

Malin Höglund: the day I went to Babsan’s for coffee!

Saw a competition on Gille’s Facebook page, where you just had to send in a picture of something pink to win coffee with Babsan – so I sent in a photo of me dressed up as Babsan herself. What could be pinker than that? And I won. The invitation was for me and a...

Share on FacebookShare on Google+Tweet about this on TwitterShare on LinkedIn