Worst case scenario – Hema’s secret on the street

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Hema’s famous smoked sausage is made by Unox in Oss, a disgruntled Unilever (Unox is owned by Unilever) employee told the Brabants Dagblad during the strike. Unilever and Hema have refused to comment on the comment.

Some 1,000 employees have come together in Rotterdam to try and get more say about Unilever’s future and want better working conditions, etc. All six manufacturing plants are on strike. And if the management pisses them off some more, who knows what culinary or cosmetic secrets will come out next.

If I had to guess which company made those sausages, Unox would be a likely candidate. The strike is news, but I’m not sure about the sausage bit. Smoke sausage is Dutch and was immortalised on a Dutch stamp this year.

(Link: De Pers)

5 Comments »

  1. […] Worst case scenario – Hema’s secret on the street […]

    Pingback by 24 oranges » HEMA essential brand, followed by 8 o’clock news — December 9, 2008 @ 9:07 am

  2. […] After Belgium, Luxembourg and Germany, a big chunk of Dutch pride in the form of a HEMA store has recently opened in Paris. Apparently, it is the store Dutch expats miss the most. The HEMA is kind of the French equivalent of the Monoprix (’single price’ store), but with more Dutch goodies. It looks here in the video more like the Casino stores and they do sell stroopwafels and “bonbons hollandais” (Dutch sweets), but no smoked sausage. […]

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  3. Please explain how the revelation of the secret is damaging?

    Comment by Neil — January 31, 2009 @ 2:23 pm

  4. The myth is that HEMA serves this sausage that nobody else does, like a ‘secret repice’ kind of thing, but they don’t make anything themselves, so it’s a bit much. To poke through that myth was something they have tried to avoid.

    Comment by Orangemaster — January 31, 2009 @ 6:04 pm

  5. […] their sausages went national and made it on a stamp. And HEMA thought it cute recently to help children cheat on […]

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