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Valentine's Day

Jelly hearts, red roses - and romantic dinners

Published måndag 14 februari 2011 kl 15.19
600,000 boxes of them sold on Valentine's Day last year. Photo: Åsa Björnerbäck/Sveriges Radio Örebro

According to a new survey Swedes think that red jelly hearts are among the most popular gift to give to your loved one today - on Valentine's day. Red roses are still at the top of the list, with one Stockholm florist telling the news agency TT that they sell 20 times as many of them today compared to a normal day. But ask Swedes what they want to receive on Valentine's day, it is not roses, not jelly hearts that comes out top - instead it is a romantic dinner for two.

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