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Seafood exports of Norway have exceeded NOK 120 billion in 2021

Sjømateksporten passerte 120 milliarder kroner i 2021
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Jan 13, 2022
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In total, Norway exported 3.1 million tonnes of seafood worth NOK 120.8 billion last year. It is a record in both volume and value and corresponds to 42 million meals every single day throughout the year, writes the Norwegian Seafood Council. - 2021 was another adventurous export year for Norwegian seafood. We are in the very favorable position that we have products that the whole world wants - even in times of crisis. This has resulted in demand growth, record volumes, and a total export value that Norway has never experienced before.
In total, Norway exported 3.1 million tonnes of seafood worth NOK 120.8 billion last year. It is a record in both volume and value and corresponds to 42 million meals every single day throughout the year, writes the Norwegian Seafood Council. - 2021 was another adventurous export year for Norwegian seafood. We are in the very favorable position that we have products that the whole world wants - even in times of crisis. This has resulted in demand growth, record volumes and a total export value that Norway has never experienced before. It is impressive and shows that Norwegian seafood is one of our most important future industries, says CEO of the Norwegian Seafood Council, Renate Larsen. Passed three million tons Seafood exports 2021 offered many records. For the very first time, the total export volume exceeded three million tonnes. It was a solid export record for salmon, king crab, snow crab and mackerel, among other things. The increase in value was as much as NOK 15.1 ...
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