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Record high Norwegian seafood exports in 2021

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Jan 5, 2022
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Record high Norwegian seafood exports in 2021. The last 12 months have been the best year ever for Norwegian seafood exports. Norway exported 3.1 million tonnes of seafood worth NOK 120.8 billion in 2021. This sets a record in both volume and value and represents the equivalent of 42 million seafood meals every single day of the year. '2021 was another exciting export year for Norwegian seafood. We are in a very favorable position of having products in high demand the world over - even in times of crisis.
Record high Norwegian seafood exports in 2021. The last 12 months have been the best year ever for Norwegian seafood exports. Norway exported 3.1 million tonnes of seafood worth NOK 120.8 billion in 2021. This sets a record in both volume and value and represents the equivalent of 42 million seafood meals every single day of the year. “2021 was another exciting export year for Norwegian seafood. We are in the very favourable position of having products in high demand the world over – even in times of crisis. This has resulted in a growth in demand, record export volumes and a total export value that Norway has never experienced before. This is impressive and shows that Norwegian seafood is one of Norway’s key industries for the future”, says Renate Larsen, CEO of the Norwegian Seafood Council. Many records broken in 2021Seafood exports in 2021 set many records. Here are some of them: Fantastic results”Despite a challenging year, the seafood industry has delivered fantastic ...
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