Niclas Wahlström holds a BA degree in Restaurant and Culinary Arts and has been a chef at the historic Stockholm restaurant Den Gyldene Freden. He holds seminars, makes guest chef appearances at restaurants all over the world and was responsible for the Nobel Banquet in 2009 and 2010.
Jennie Walldén’s roots lie in South Korea, and she became well known to Swedish TV audiences when she won the Swedish version of MasterChef in 2013. She currently runs the restaurant Namu in Malmö, as well as working as a TV chef and food creator. Her knowledge and experience have made her an expert…
Marcus Wallén (b. 1972) grew up in Sweden and on the Finnish Åland Islands. He has been a journalist for two decades and works as an editor at Expressen newspaper in Stockholm. Nazi Gold was his first book, published in 2019.
Anders Wallensten is a doctor specialising in general practice, and works as deputy state epidemiologist at the Public Health Agency of Sweden, where he has played a central role in the fight against COVID-19 in Sweden since spring 2020. He also has a significant personal interest in health and exer…
LINA WALLENTINSON is a food economist and journalist with many years of experience as a food writer.
Annika Wallin is trained in healthcare as well as design. She has had a passion for liquorice ever since she was a child and has been gathering facts about it for many years.
JENNY WARSÉN grew up on the island of Öland, where she discovered the joy of cooking and baking at a young age. In her teens, Jenny’s interest really took hold, seeing her work her way through a constant stream of baking books.Nowadays, Jenny lives in Kalmar with her four children and dog Charlie. H…
Theres Lundén and Johannes Wätterbäck live in central Västerås with their two children. They grow things wherever they can – onthe windowsills of their apartment, their kitchen garden, an urban garden around the corner, their green house and in a vegetable patch at their summer house. They also run…