Iceland foods has just opened their very first store in Oslo Metro area: It’s not every day an international supermarket chain from United Kingdom that opens in Norway. Last time was when Lidl from Germany was launched 2004 and lost in 2008. However, Asker just outside of Oslo got a store right now. Iceland Foods is a unique British food retailer with over 900 stores throughout the UK, a further 40 owned or franchised stores across Europe, and now also in Oslo Metro area of Norway.

What is Iceland Foods? Say hi to Norway’s newest Supermarket Chain. With over 40 years’ experience in frozen foods, Iceland is passionate about producing the best quality products at affordable prices. Their range, quality and choice are market leading not just in the UK, but worldwide. From pizzas to fish and vegetables to desserts, Iceland has something for everyone.

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Skysstasjonen 11B 1383 Asker. Located next to Asker Railway station.

Instructions how to find Iceland Mat:

Take train line number L1, L12 or L13 from Oslo Central Station. (Expected journey time 20-25 mins)

Leave the train at Asker station and you will see Rema 1000 store very easily and a local fruit shop as well. Iceland Mat is located at the passage next to this area.

Walking time: 1 minute from the station.



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