27. November 2020
How confident you are in your ability to prepare tasty new seafood dishes may influence how often you eat seafood. In one study, my colleagues and I discovered that men are more confident in their cooking skills than women when it comes to cooking seafood.
14. October 2020
We have investigated whether popular tinned tuna products can be improved even more by exposing them to extremely high pressure.
24. September 2020
Pictures of fish packaging, taken over several years in the 2000s, show that clear changes have been made regarding the information given to consumers about the fish they buy.
10. August 2020
My time as a fish filleter during my youth would have been a delight if I’d worked on the haddock that now arrives on the filleting table.
29. April 2020
Do you really know what fish species you are eating? When you buy fish from a store, or when you are served a fish dish in a restaurant, you expect to get what the label says or to eat what you ordered. Unfortunately, the reality is sometimes far from expectations.
11. March 2020
This is according to a Nofima survey which was conducted as part of a research project regarding coexistence in the coastal zone. The survey sampled 1000 respondents above the age of 18, equally divided between men and women from all over Norway. The result made us ask: Why are men from the high North all up in […]
19. February 2020
A Norwegian google search for “matured food” displays results for balsamic vinegar, cured meat, fermented trout and many types of cheese. Why isn’t clipfish on the list?
22. January 2020
The salmon industry creates thousands of jobs along the coast. Its export value is twice that of all other Norwegian fish combined. Could more unique products add even more value?
18. December 2019
Did you know that crabs do not need to be cooked in boiling water in order to become delicious food? And what on Earth do crabs, fruits and vegetables have in common?
5. December 2019
The world is facing major challenges: rising temperatures, rising sea levels and food shortages; One wouldn’t be blamed for losing sleep over issues of lesser urgency. Although the solutions to these problems aren’t yet on the agenda, we know that they can be found in the ocean. Oceans and coastal areas have been singled out as a hotbed for future growth and development.