This new store concept was launched in 2017 by Coop in order to respond to the growing demand for vegetarian and vegan products. For the record, vegetarians don’t consume meat, and vegans don’t consume any animal products at all. There are many different kinds.
You’ve probably eaten the donuts sold in supermarkets. They have been frozen and are full of fat. So I came to Lausanne to try Donutime’s famous donuts.
As you may know, every man in Switzerland has to do his military service. I will explain briefly how our army works. As a Swiss citizen, the year you turn 16, you are invited for an information day. During this day, you learn about the different functions you can perform in the army. At the end of the day, you have to decide when you want to do your military service. Following this information day, you receive another invitation for the recruitment procedure, two days where you are tested on different levels. Based on the results obtained during these two days, the Colonel of the Recruitment Center assigns you a function.
What will you do after finishing your compulsory schooling? Many young people are facing this very question. In Switzerland, there are a few options. If you like studying, you may choose to continue your education at a business school or go for a higher degree. But, if you’re ready to move on from school, you could opt for professional training, a program that will prepare you for a trade in 3 to 4 years. There are over 230 training programs from which to choose!
- The Swiss are very punctual!
In Switzerland, if you arrange to meet somebody it’s a good idea to be there 5-10 minutes early. If you arrive late, it doesn’t look good. In that case, if you’re running late, calling ahead is a must.