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At SWEDISHPRODUCTS.ONLINE you will find all major SWEDISH SNUS brands available. We sell brands such as General snus, Ettan, Grov, G.3, Nick&Johnny, XR, Lundgrens, Jakobsson, Catch, Crafted, Kurbits, Göteborgs Rapé, 24K, SKRUF, SIBERIA Snus and many others. We also sell the extremely popular nicotine pouches from brands as LYFT, SKRUF, ZYN, Nordic Spirit, NIXS, Al Capone. A can of snus usually costs between $2-3 per can.

All shipments are carried out by UPS. It usually takes 3-4 days from order until you will receive your order at your delivery address. When shipping label has been created you will receive and e-mail from UPS with your orders tracking number. All payments are carried out by PayPal and include seller insurance for your safety.

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Most smokeless tobacco use involves placing the product between the gum and the cheek or lip. Smokeless tobacco is a noncombustible tobacco product. There are two main types of smokeless tobacco that have been traditionally marketed in the United States: chewing tobacco and snuff, including snus.

  • Chewing tobacco is cured tobacco in the form of loose leaf, plug, or twist.
  • Dry snuff is loose finely cut or powdered dry tobacco that is typically sniffed through the nostrils.
  • Moist snuff and snus are cut tobacco that can be loose or pouched and placed in the mouth

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Of course, we recommend you to buy your CHEWING TOBACCO at our place at SWEDISHPRODUCTS.ONLINE. We have a broad and varied assortment of all Swedish snus and nicotine pouches available in our store. Prices per can at $2-3 per can. Fast and speedy shipments, fresh products, safe payments and excellent customer service.

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The word snuff, often compounded as snuff tobacco, is known in the Swedish language since the second half of the 17th century and referred to odor snuff, which was also called snuff or snuff tobacco and dialectally also nose tobacco. Based on these different synonyms, it is usually considered that the word derives from the Low German form of the German “schnauze” which means nos.The West’s encounter with the snuff began with Christoffer Columbus’s journey across the Atlantic. The monk Ramon Pane, who was with Columbus in America in 1497, watched as Native American priests pulled a powder into their noses. The powder consisted of tobacco, among other things. Snuff, a dry fine powder of tobacco leaves, began to be used in Spain and France during the mid-1500s. During the 1560s, France’s ambassador to Portugal, Jean Nicot, came into contact with the tobacco plant, which was then grown solely for medical use. French Queen Catherine of Medici had severe migraines and Nicot advised her to pull up crushed tobacco leaves in her nose. It is said that the Queen’s headache disappeared and the smell of snuff gained greater popularity thanks to this. Nicot subsequently became so strongly associated with tobacco use in Europe that Linnaeus named the tobacco, Nicotiana after Nicot. The snuff was a drag until the French Revolution, but was so strongly associated with the upper class that it quickly became unpopular. In lower social classes, the use of chewing tobacco was far more common. In 1637, snuff is mentioned for the first time in Swedish customs statistics, then as snuff tobacco.

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Sweden grew tobacco, in large quantities, in some 70 cities in the late 18th century. At the beginning of the 19th century, the wet snuff, lip snuff (mouth snuff), was introduced in Sweden as a replacement for the relatively expensive chewing tobacco. The tobacco growers first manufactured their own snus, but soon snus manufacturers appeared who specialized in making snus. Brands such as Gothenburg’s Prima Fint, Red Lacket, General Snus and Ljunglöfs Ettan were introduced, and are still alive. Examples of brands that are no longer manufactured are Havana snuff, Kaggsnus, Carrot snus, Melangesnus and Prustsnus. From 1998 to 2000, the last major harvests in Sweden were cultivated by Kungssnus, with about 3,000 to 4,000 plants being planted each year. The usual snus preparation of the time meant that the snus would be fermented or “sweated” at elevated temperature for several months, sometimes up to six months. The snuff was sold either in bulk, packaged or in cans. The latter were in pressed waxed cardboard and oval in shape. The Swedish emigrants who traveled to North America brought the lip sniff to their new homeland. Today, snus is available in almost the entire United States and has millions of users. Snus-like products are also found in other countries such as Algeria, Tunisia and India, where it is called “Nafha” and “Khaini”.

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Loose snus is the classic form of snuff. The snuff lies loosely in snuff boxes for sale, usually 40-50 grams per can, and is pressed by the user into portions of the desired size. Question book-4.svg This section needs more or better source references to be verified. (2017-11) Take action by adding reliable sources (preferably as footnotes). Information without a source reference can be questioned and deleted without having to discuss it on the discussion page. To facilitate the use of snus, so-called portion snus is also produced, which is pre-packaged snus portions in small bags of similar materials such as tea bags. Portion snus is sold as loose snus in snuff boxes, which usually contain 20-25 servings of about 1 gram. A variant that was launched in 1998 is called white portion or just “white”. It is packed in white portion bags, which are not wet, unlike regular portion bags. “White” snuff runs less as it is usually distributed over a longer period of time than regular portion snus. Otherwise, the moisture content of the snuff itself is usually the same, while the weight per prill is less. This gives some advantages [according to who? To the usual “non-white” snuff, for example that it does not have the same tendency for the teeth to turn yellow / brown. Recently, it has become very common with tobacco-free snus also called all white portion and it usually contains nicotine. Use There are various reasons why people use snuff. Some snuff as an alternative to cigarettes, for health or practical reasons. Use in Sweden Statistics before 1915 are uncertain as there were many manufacturers scattered across Sweden. In 1919, 7,000 tonnes of snuff were sold in Sweden, which is a top listing, it was 1.2 kg per Swedish. Snus sales went down when you started smoking cigar instead. In the context of the Second World War, cigarette smoking increased significantly and not until the late 1960s, when the alarm reports of smoking damage increased, did snuff regain its popularity. The boxes had now become round and received sheet metal, the rest was still in waxed cardboard. In 1998, sales recovered and were listed at 5,350 tonnes, corresponding to 0.6 kg per capita. Today, one million Swedes are sniffing and in 2000 6,200 tonnes were consumed, of which 45 per cent was portion snuffSnus sales in Sweden increased after the ban on smoking in restaurants was introduced on June 1, 2005.

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The most common way to use snuff (to “sniff”) is to insert a lot of snuff under the upper lip where it is then kept between a few minutes and a few hours. The snuff that is placed under the lip is called a prize or a prill. How the snuff is applied in the mouth differs from person to person. In the case of loose snus, the fingers are usually used to squeeze a little snuff, a so-called price or a prilla, to give it a firm texture, after which it is usually placed under the upper lip. Serving snus facilitates use as it is pre-packaged already in the box. During the 1960s, a special dosing syringe for lozenge was introduced. It was a regular disposable plastic syringe whose pointed end had been tapered off. By pulling out the plunger and repeatedly pushing the opening down towards the bottom of the snuff box, the syringe was filled with hard pressed snus and the snus could be pressed under the lip. Later, other suppliers came into the picture with specially made syringes of varying colors.

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Snus is a fresh product that should be kept chilled in 4–8 degrees C. The shelf life for loose snus is 14 weeks, for portion snus 20 weeks and for dry portion products 30 weeks, provided the snus is stored properly. You can also freeze snus for up to about a year.


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