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Nothing gets between Swedes and their 'fika'

Workers at the Swedish Handball Federation meet for a traditional 'Fika', a Swedish type of coffee break, on May 27, 2015 in Stockholm, SwedenFor Swedes, it’s all about “fika”, the de rigueur daily coffee break with a sweet nibble that is a social institution. Coffee is drunk with breakfast and after meals, but it is the mid-morning and mid-afternoon coffee breaks — “fika” — that are almost sacrosanct, factored into everyone’s daily schedules whether they’re at work, home, running errands in town or taking a hike in the outdoors. “Fika”, pronounced fee-ka, is both a noun and verb, and designates a moment, usually planned in advance, alone or with friends or coworkers, to savour a cup of coffee or tea or even juice and eat something sweet, usually a cinnamon bun, pastry, cake or even a light sandwich.

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