Norway Exports Seafood, Fishing & Aquaculture 2016/2017

Norwegian seafood and production holds a high high standard and is a highly regarded market world wide.

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According to figures from the Norwegian Seafood Council, Norway exported 69 billion worth of seafood and accounted for 37 million seafood meals consumed globally on a daily basis in 2014.

Norway is the world’s second largest seafood exporter and the top list of growing markets include the UK, the US, Netherlands, China and Poland. Despite tough financial times around the world, the industry has yet again been able to set yet a new export record.

In this issue you will find a series of articles to give you a more in-depth understanding of Norway’s present focus and activities. In the second half of the magazine you will find cutting-edge Norwegian companies within seafood, fishing and aquaculture that provide their products or services on the global market.  

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