Tagged: cod

Cod dinner

A vintage Norwegian cod dinner

“Prince Fish” is not new or inventive, but its nostalgic taste hits the spot every time Daytona Strong Taste of Norway Editor The book smells of old cabin wood, dusty, stale, with a hint...

canned fish products

A tradition of quality seafood products

Vesteraalens AS hopes to establish the leading value chain for cod and other white fish Rasmus Falck Oslo Vesteraalens Canning Factory was founded by Georg Ellingsen in Sortland in 1912. With its location in...

A creamy, dreamy cod fiskegrateng

Wine and sour cream combine with marinated cod in this casserole Randi Aulie Tasty Traditions Fiskegrateng 1-1/2 lbs codfish 1 cup dry white wine 2 tsp. salt 1 bay leaf touch of thyme 1/2...

Norwegian cod exports hit all-time high in February

Cod exports, which include clipfish, salted and dried cod, totaled NOK 1.18 billion in February. This increase amounts to 24 percent, or NOK 229 million, in comparison with February 2010, according to figures issued...

Norwegian seafood exports booming

The value of exports of Norwegian seafood in January totalled NOK 4.2 billion. This is an increase of NOK 684 million or 19% compared with January 2010, according to the latest figures from the...

Aquaculture, Norway and the World

John Erik Stacy, 4 Oct 2010 Norway has exported more than $ 2.7 billion worth of “farmed fish” and other products of aquaculture so far this year. This is a 30% increase relative to...

The last wild food

Paul Greenburg writes about fishing and aquaculture in his book “Four Fish” John Erik Stacy, 27 Aug 2010 On August 10, Paul Greenberg, author, journalist, lover of sea food and fishing, spoke in Seattle...

More cod in warmer Barents Sea

Back in the 1920s and 1930s, the Barents Sea was teeming with cod. That was before its waters substantially cooled off in the decades to follow. Now, with ocean temperatures higher once again, fishermen...

More catch – less value

Norwegian vessels delivered 2.5 million tonnes of fish, crustaceans and mollusks in 2009, up 4 percent compared with 2008. The landed value amounted to NOK 11.1 billion, down 8 percent from the previous year...