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Norwegian salmon in a fishmonger's shop in Thailand.
Marta Negrete
5 min read
This record figure is largely due to growth both in value - this time without the currency effect help - and export volumes of salmon and trout.
Skrei in Spain.
Marta Negrete
4 min read
After a lull in the trend last month, the "Easter effect" added to the currency effect boosted the value of Norwegian seafood exports again in April.
Norwegian mackerel at a supermarket in Japan.
Marta Negrete
4 min read
After three consecutive years of growth, the value of Norwegian seafood exports fell by 14% in March, dragged down by a decline in both the currency effect and the export volume of key species.
In January 2024, Norway exported seafood worth NOK 13.300 million (EUR 1,161 million - USD 1,247 million), 5% more than in the same month of the previous year.
Marta Negrete
6 min read
Although the value of exports grew for the 35th consecutive month in January 2024, once again it did so thanks to higher salmon prices and a weaker Norwegian krone.
The export value of Norwegian seafood reached an all-time high in 2023, with seafood worth NOK 172 billion being exported from Norway. This equates to 39 million meals being served every day, all year round.
Louisa Gairn
3 min read
Norway's seafood industry continues to make waves on the global stage with a 14% jump in export value in 2023, boosted by a weak Norwegian krone and high prices.
Norwegian seafood export value in November 2023 jumped 17% compared to last year.
Louisa Gairn
3 min read
Weak Norwegian krone sparks 17% growth in the country's November seafood exports, reaching NOK 16.7 billion – a striking increase of NOK 2.4 billion year-on-year, according to the Norwegian Seafood Co ...
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