Norwegian Fish and Seafood

We know for sure that fish is an impor­tant source of energy, protein and other nutrients the human body needs.

Feeding the earth with fresh fish and seafood.

Terje Danielsen


Sustainability, quality and purity. 

70 % of our globe consist of water, but only about 2 % of the global food production comes from the sea where Norway accounts for about 2 % of the total seafood production.    


Norway are the World’s second largest seafood exporter, and exports 95 % of all the fish produced to the whole world.


Top 10 exports markets are Poland, Denmark, France, USA, UK, Netherlands, Spain, Sweden, Japan and Italy. 


With one of the World’s best management systems for fisheries and aquaculture, combined with our nature, benefits and expertise, Norwegian seafood responds to worldwide consumers expectations regarding sustainability, quality and purity. 

Global social responsibility.

As the world’s population increases, food production needs to increase as well due to the demand.


Around 70 percent of the earth’s surface is covered by water, yet only 5 percent of food production in the world is currently sourced from the sea. Therefore, we also have a global social responsibility. 

Norwegian aquaculture.

There are already more than 1 billion undernourished people among the earth’s population.


Its estimated that 9,7 billion people will be living on this planet by 2050, which is almost a quarter more than at the start of 2017.


We need to double the amount of food we produce now if we are to be able to meet the anticipated global demand in 2050.


Norwegian aquaculture is in a position to make a long-term contribution to the food demand amongst the growing world population.

Omega 3

We know for sure that fish is an impor­tant source of energy, protein and other nutrients the human body needs. 


Norwegian farmed salmon is known as an easily digestible source of protein that is rich in nutrients such as omega-3, proteins, fat-soluble vitamins including vitamins A, D and B12, iodine, selenium and antioxidants.


Omega-3 fatty acids help keep our brains and hearts healthy. In addition to omega-3 fatty acids, the human body also needs omega-6 fatty acids.


The ratio of omega-3 to omega-6 in Norwegian farmed salmon is currently 1:1, meaning that this fish provides equal amounts of both.


As the world’s population grows, our ocean-farmed salmon could be a reliable source of protein for everyone.

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