Samuel Fiedler, co-founder of Fiedler and Lundgren must have known good effects take time. He and the co-founder had the idea to make snus in 1783, however, they waited a long time to create and market their snus. Today, over 200 years later, Fiedler & Lundgren AB remains Sweden’s second-biggest tobacco manufacturer and is very popular.
Lundgren and Fiedler finally began in Göteborg, Sweden in 1835. Most of the snus companies are in this place because the tobacco utilized in snus production first came to t port. This gave manufacturers the availability of fresh tobacco. The great sailors also tried to mix different spices and herbs with the tobacco. By sharing their mixtures with others, snus plants sometimes implemented the most popular creations of seafarers.
In this way, Göteborg was one of the first Fiedler and Lundgren snus innovation centers. Snus is made throughout Sweden, however, Fiedler & Lundgren AB is one of the oldest historical companies since the sale of snus in paper pouches. The inventive leadership of the company is one of the reasons why Fiedler and Lundgren still produce snus. When all tobacco production was nationalized in 1915, in Sweden, the company quickly progressed to Denmark, where it could produce without confiscation. Fiedler and Lundgren returned to their roots and moved to Malmö, Sweden, 88 years later.
In 2008, British American Tobacco (BAT) took over Fiedler & Lundgren. The Swedish manufacturer yields more than 22 tons every year.
Fiedler and Lundgren Brands
Quality values are transparent. Some brands in Sweden are prepared exclusively from naturally grown tobacco. Only tasty leaves are utilized in production, except for the stems. The essential oil content is carefully controlled to ensure an amazing and even flavor experience.
The most popular Fiedler and Lundgren brands are:
Mocca – a brand that uses muted shades and a modern design to draw casual users.
Granite – offers various flavors for all kinds of Fiedler and Lundgren snus lovers.