Top exporters of Norwegian Cod

Here at Nortrade we are all about promoting the best of what Norway has to offer. If you are interested in finding out more about Norwegian cod, you will find both our top companies and informative articles here.

We would like to introduce you to some outstanding companies that can help you with any needs you would have in terms of Norwegian cod.

 

Norsk Sjømat AS

Ice Fish AS

Hallvard Lerøy AS

 

 

COD HOTELS

 

Norway is adapting to the demand of fresh cod all year around by building cod hotels along the coast. You can read more about the new initiative in this article from Norway Exports Seafood, Fisheries and Aquaculture.

 

 

 

SKREI


There is a difference between Norwegian cod and Skrei. The Norwegian Seafood Council has throughout 2014 focused more on promoting Skrei as its own trademark.

Skrei(R) is a unique delicacy available for only a few short months each year. Caught along the Norwegian Coast, only the leanest, highest-qualityNorwegian cod can be certified Skrei - The Norwegian Seafood Council.

 

Nortrade norwegian skrei

 

Sustainable fishing – cod’s success story

2013 promised a bonanza cod catch in the Barents Sea, thanks largely to Norway’s sustainable fishing practice. The Norwegian Seafood Council planned an extensive campaign to bring more of the delicate white fish to both new and existing markets.

You can read more about cod's success story here.

 

Picture credit: Norwegian Seafood Council

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