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What Would Croats Take To A Deserted Island?

What would Croats take with them to a deserted island or on a visit to see friends overseas -a knife, kulen sausage and Bajadera chocolates, according to a recent survey conducted in Croatia by GfK.

Most Croats (17%) chose a knife when asked what one thing they would take with them to a deserted island. A knife, or an instrument to hunt for food was the most common choice followed by a mobile phone, laptop, water and a book. When women were asked what they would take to a deserted island the most popular choice was a book (18%), followed by a mobile phone (17%).

The survey also revealed that the most popular gifts Croats took overseas to friends were kulen sausage and Bajadera chocolates. In third place was the spice Vegeta (12%), followed by a tie (11%), a bottle of wine or olive oil (9%) licitar hearts (8%), rakija (7%), prsut (6%) and paski sir (4%).

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