37 million servings of Norwegian fish are served around the world every day.
Norway.– The total export of sea products from Norway is estimated at 92 billion Norwegian crowns. Of this, the export of the cod industry represents 15 billion, figures updated at the end of 2017.
Norwegian cod is available 365 days a year as a result of the sustainability efforts developed by the Norwegian Seafood Council, an entity in charge of promoting the consumption of fish and shellfish from Norway. With its marketing and promotion activities, study of consumption habits and market trends, as well as the evolution of fish exports, the Council helps to put Norwegian fish on the map.
Belonging to the Ministry of Industry, Trade and Fisheries, the Council is responsible for increasing the demand and consumption of Norwegian Fish, as well as the development of new markets.
Fishing begins in the Barents Sea and coastal areas, to move to the Polar Front, such as Bear Island. Cod fisheries develop their most important activity between January and April.
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