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Currency effects, value growth and volume decline for Norwegian seafood exports in February

Norway exported seafood worth NOK 12.8 billion in February. This is an increase of NOK 1.6 billion, or 14 per cent, from last year's same month.
“Despite war and unrest in several parts of the world, Norwegian seafood exports have enjoyed a good start to the year in value, driven by high price growth and a weak Norwegian krone. However, export volume has fallen six months in a row, and we must

Norwegian aquaculture continues to top the charts of the most sustainable animal protein production

Norwegian aquaculture continues to top the charts of the most sustainable animal protein production

The Coller FAIRR Index, which ranks the world’s most sustainable animal protein producers, has crowned three Norwegian aquaculture companies at the top of the table.
Of just four companies identified by the index as being ‘low risk’ against a number of factors demonstrative of sustainability, three are Norwegian aquaculture producers. Mowi, the world’s largest salmon farmer, once again took the

Pandemic accelerated several seafood trends

Pandemic accelerates trends, drives innovation, and creates opportunity across the seafood industry for 2022

The COVID-19 pandemic has affected the world in many ways. We are well-versed in the negatives, but it’s important to note that it’s also presented huge growth and innovation opportunities in markets across the world. The seafood industry is one of them.
The Norwegian Seafood Council’s (NSC) annual trend report, just launched, unveils the seafood trends that are emerging at speed thanks to the

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The Norwegian Seafood Council works with the Norwegian fisheries and aquaculture industries to develop markets for Norwegian seafood through local market intelligence, market development and reputational risk management. The Seafood Council is headquartered in Tromsø and maintains local representatives in twelve of Norway's most important international markets. The Norwegian seafood industry finances the activities of the Norwegian Seafood Council via a tariff on all Norwegian seafood exports. The Norwegian Seafood Council is a public company owned by the Ministry of Trade, Industry and Fisheries.