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A great future for Arctic food

It seems like pure, natural Arctic food is going to have a great future on the world market. And its Arctic origin is precisely what gives it a major competitive advantage.

World-leading crab research

Nofima is the world-leading interdisciplinary research group for red king crab and snow crab.

New certification scheme to compete with MSC

In order to gain entry into key markets, Norwegian fisheries must provide sustainability certification. As an alternative to the dominant MSC certification, a standard specifically adapted to Norwegian fisheries will now be developed.

Quantity over quality

The price does not correspond to the quality of fresh cod supplied by the Norwegian fisheries fleet. This can lead to waste.

Norway is the senior player in salmon farming in the north; but could we also learn from the smaller and younger industry players?

Salmon farming: A relatively new industry in the northern region which provides food, jobs and prosperity, but also carries an environmental impact, with protests and irritation following in its wake. How should this industry be managed in a way that ensures sustainable future development? Researchers in four countries are now looking into this question.

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