All right, you shirkers. Enough about your cholesterol. Why aren’t you having a bit of havarti on a cracker, or a nice warm roll with Lurpak butter?
Buy some today. If nothing else, you can donate it to the local homeless shelter.
Consumer boycotts of Danish goods in Muslim countries in protest of the publication of caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad are costing Denmark’s companies millions, and have raised fears of irreparable damage to trade ties.
From Havarti cheese to Lego toys, Danish products have been yanked off the shelves of stores in Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and other countries around the Middle East as Muslims await an apology for the cartoons, which the Copenhagen government has said it cannot give. The boycotts have also spawned counter-boycott campaigns to “Buy Danish.”