Thursday 04.02.2016, 10:00
Norway exported seafood with a value of NOK 6.7 billion in January 2016. This represents an increase of more than NOK 1 billion or 18 per cent year-on-year.
Thursday 04.02.2016, 09:59
Norway exported salmon worth NOK 4.3 billion in January. An increase of 18 per cent or NOK 644 million compared to January 2015. This represents an all-time high for the month of January. Measured...
Thursday 04.02.2016, 09:58
Norway exported cod, saithe, haddock and other ground fish worth NOK 1.25 billion in the first month of 2016. This is 11 per cent or NOK 128 million more than during January 2015. Growth is accoun...
Thursday 04.02.2016, 09:57
Friday 08.01.2016, 10:12
The Skrei quality label is a protected trademark registered and managed by the Norwegian Seafood Council.
Tuesday 05.01.2016, 10:03
Norway exported cod, saithe, haddock and other whitefish worth NOK 13 billion in 2015. This is 8 per cent or NOK 1 billion more than in 2014, an all time high in terms of export value.
Norway exported salmon worth NOK 4.3 billion in January. An increase of 18 per cent or NOK 644 million compared to January 2015. This represents an all-time high for the month of January. Measured by volume, 73,463 tonnes of salmon were exported in January, which is 4 per cent, or 3,300 tonnes less than in January 2015.
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What is sustainability? The United Nations World Commission on Environment and Development (WCED) defines sustainable development as "development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs" this includes economic growth, environmental protection, and social equity.