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Seafood from Norway

Salmon from Norway

The cold, clear waters in Norway provide perfect conditions for Norwegian salmon to grow slowly, develop a firm texture and a delicious taste. Combined with Norway's expertise in aquaculture, we have the perfect conditions to responsibly produce safe, healthy and delicious salmon.

Nutritional information

Eating Norwegian salmon helps you maintain a healthy heart, a strong skeleton, and an effective brain. It is especially rich in protein, omega-3s, vitamins A, D, and B12, and antioxidants.

Catch range

Norway's coastline enjoys the unique natural advantages where cold Arctic waters meet the warm Gulf Stream, resulting in waters with the right current and temperature that provide the perfect conditions for production of Atlantic salmon.


Norwegian salmon is in season all year round.


Pleasing to the eye as well as to the palate, Norwegian salmon is one of the most delicious fish in the sea and one of the easiest ways to get healthy omega-3 fatty acids into your diet. You can prepare Norwegian salmon raw as sushi, sashimi, tataki, poke bowls, or in a salad, as well as make wonderful cooked salmon meals. Norwegian salmon can be steamed, baked, grilled, poached, barbecued, fried, and slow-roasted to suit different types of dishes, tastes, and occasions. Check out our recipes and let yourself get inspired by all the tasty ways of cooking and serving salmon.

Few single foods bring to the table as much value in nutritional content as Norwegian salmon. Eating Norwegian salmon on a regular basis helps you maintain a healthy heart, a strong skeleton, and an effective brain.

The Norwegian salmon benefits from the long history of utilizing the natural resources along the coastline of Norway in a responsible way. Norwegian fish farming began in the 1970s, when we bred the first ever ocean-farmed Atlantic salmon in floating sea cages. Today, Norway continues to use its expertise in ethology, marine biology, and technology to ensure food safety and the future of the aquaculture industry.

Strict measures have been put in place to ensure we allow the industry to develop alongside government regulations and scientific advances while respecting surrounding ecosystems. Aquaculture is representing an important part of the solution to the world’s need for sustainable food.