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Dec 4, 2020
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stockfish which are often eaten at larger dinners with friends and family has fallen due to the restrictions on mixing households”, says director of market insight and market access in the Norwegian Seafood Council, Tom-Jørgen Gangsø. “November 2019 was an exceptionally strong month, so that should also be taken into account when comparing year-on-year performance. At the same time, the fall in export value would have been greater if the Norwegian kroner had not been so weak”, says Gangsø. “The large Christmas sales of seafood this year must be covered by the retail trade, but it will not be enough to offset the loss of demand from the restaurants. A result of this is a significantly reduced price for most of the seafood products”, says Tom-Jørgen Gangsø. Poland, Denmark and France were the largest export markets for Norwegian seafood in November. “We experienced a decline across almost the entire line in November. The big bright spot is mackerel, and we are also seeing growth in ...
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