Originally Posted by BDC2823
Alright after many years I decided to open up a can and try them again. They were Brunswick and in hot Louisiana sauce. At first I was meh, but the taste became better as I ate more. Not exactly something I'd go out of my way to eat, but I will give it another try with the smoked variety.
Look for Latvian or German ones. I've never been let down by them.
All the EU countries seem to have their information on the tin (usually in a little oval). It will say something like LV 44 Z, where LV denotes it comes from Latvia and the rest is the EU commercial approval number. Other countries will state something like DE GI-310 EG, where DE denotes German origin and the rest is again the approval number (I'm guessing some numbers are larger than others because of the higher number of EU commerce permits in those countries). FR is for France, IT for Italy, etc. -- they mirror URL endings for the respective countries.