Topics: Annual and interim reports
Norwegian seafood exports totalled NOK 12.4 billion in July.
Year-on-year, seafood exports for the first seven months of this year have increased by NOK 13 billion, or 16 per cent, to reach a total value of NOK 94.4 billion. In July there has been a price increase for products such as fresh salmon fillets, cod clipfish and frozen whole mackerel, at the same time, Norway exported somewhat less cod, saithe and herring than July last year.
Norway exported NOK 82.3 billion of seafood in the first half of 2023
In the first half of this year, Norway exported NOK 82.3 billion worth of seafood. This is an increase of NOK 12.3 billion, or 18 per cent, compared to the first half of last year.
“In terms of value, Norwegian seafood exports have never had a stronger first half of the year. A combination of a weak Norwegian krone and high global food inflation has resulted in a sharp rise in prices for our mo
Norway exported seafood worth NOK 13,1 billion in May – saved by the weak krone
Norway exported NOK 13.1 billion worth of seafood in May. This is an increase of NOK 816 million, or 7 per cent, compared to the same month in 2022.
“As in April, we also see a significant currency effect in May. The weak Norwegian krone alone contributed to an increase in export value of around NOK 1.5 billion last month. Without this currency development, there would have been a decline in ex
Currency effects resulted in value growth for seafood exports in April
Norway exported NOK 12.9 billion worth of seafood in April. This is an increase of NOK 1.6 billion, or 14 per cent, compared to the same month last year.
“For Norway as a seafood nation, it is positive that the value of export products continues to increase, but the growth in April is solely due to a currency effect. Measured in euros, the export value fell by more than 5 per cent and in dollar
Norway exported NOK 41.4 billion worth of seafood in the first quarter.
Norway exported NOK 41.4 billion worth of seafood in the first quarter. This is an increase of NOK 7.4 billion, or 22 per cent, compared to the same period last year.
“Norwegian seafood exports have come through a historically strong quarter in terms of value. A significantly weaker Norwegian krone and price growth in the markets for species such as salmon, cod, trout, pollock and herring is th
Currency effects, value growth and volume decline for Norwegian seafood exports in February
Norway exported seafood worth NOK 12.8 billion in February. This is an increase of NOK 1.6 billion, or 14 per cent, from last year's same month.
“Despite war and unrest in several parts of the world, Norwegian seafood exports have enjoyed a good start to the year in value, driven by high price growth and a weak Norwegian krone. However, export volume has fallen six months in a row, and we must
Price growth led to a record start for Norwegian seafood exports in 2023
Norway exported NOK 12.7 billion worth of seafood in January. An all time record for the month. This is an increase of NOK 2.4 billion, or 23 per cent, compared to January last year.
Norway's seafood exports worth NOK 151.4 billion in 2022
2022 was the best year ever for Norwegian seafood exports. Norway exported 2.9 million tonnes of seafood to a value of NOK 151.4 billion last year. It is a record for export value and corresponds to 40 million meals every day - all year round.
Norwegian aquaculture continues to top the charts of the most sustainable animal protein production
The Coller FAIRR Index, which ranks the world’s most sustainable animal protein producers, has crowned three Norwegian aquaculture companies at the top of the table.
Of just four companies identified by the index as being ‘low risk’ against a number of factors demonstrative of sustainability, three are Norwegian aquaculture producers. Mowi, the world’s largest salmon farmer, once again took the
Norwegian seafood exports in November totalled NOK 14.4 billion
Norway exported NOK 14.4 billion worth of seafood in November, representing an increase of NOK 2.3 billion, or 19 per cent, compared to the same month last year.
So far this year, Norway has exported NOK 138 billion worth of seafood. NOK 29.2 billion ahead of the same period last year.
Increased costs and high food inflation
"The export value in November is the third highest ever in a sin
Norway exported NOK 15.4 billion worth of seafood in October
Norwegian seafood worth NOK 15.4 billion was exported in October. The highest value ever in a single month and an increase of NOK 3.3 billion, or 27 per cent, from the same month last year.
The export value in October was NOK 727 million higher than the previous record month, which was September 2022.
Half a billion a day
"Norwegian seafood exports experienced historical growth in October
Norway has exported NOK 109 billion worth of seafood so far this year
Norway exported NOK 109 billion worth of seafood in the first nine months of the year. It is a new record, with a growth of 29 per cent, or NOK 24.3 billion, compared to the same period last year.
"The growth in value for Norwegian seafood exports has been impressive this year, and in September, we passed the NOK 100 billion mark. Historically high prices are one of the reasons why the third qu
New export records and large cost increases
The value of Norwegian seafood exports has never been higher in a single month than in August. Last month, Norway exported NOK 12.5 billion worth of seafood. This is an increase of NOK 2.9 billion, or 30 per cent, compared to August last year.
So far this year, the export value of Norwegian seafood has grown by NOK 21.2 billion, or 29 per cent, to a total value of NOK 94 billion, compared to th
Record breaking results for Norwegian seafood exports continues
Norway exported seafood with a value of NOK 11.6 billion July, representing an increase of NOK 2.1 billion, or 23 per cent, compared to July 2021. Year to date, Norway has exported NOK 81.7 billion by seafood value. This is an increase of NOK 18.5 billion, or 29 per cent, compared to last year.
“After a record-breaking first half of the year, July follows on as the best July month ever for Norw
Norwegian seafood exports exceed NOK 70 billion in the first half of the year
The export value of Norwegian seafood has never been higher in the first half of the year than in 2022. In the first six months of the year, Norway exported seafood worth NOK 70.1 billion. This is a value growth of 31 per cent, or NOK 16.4 billion, compared with the first half of last year.
At the same time, June was the strongest June ever, with an export value of NOK 12.3 billion. This is an
Christian Chramer is the new CEO of Norwegian Seafood Council
By unanimous decision, the board of the Norwegian Seafood Council has appointed Christian Chramer (48) as our new CEO.
“We are very pleased to welcome Christian Chramer as the new CEO of the Norwegian Seafood Council. His broad management experience and strong communication skills will help to lift the Seafood Council further, and we look forward to an exciting collaboration in the future”, say
Norway: Bringing salmon sushi to your bento box since the 1980s
Celebrating World Sushi Day on the 18th June would not be possible without a nod to the world’s most popular fish and sushi topping – Norwegian salmon.
Salmon’s vibrant pink is immediately recognisable in Japanese restaurants, on sushi conveyor belts and in supermarket pre-prepared boxes around the world. With versatility, a delicate flavour and a universal appeal, salmon has become not only th
Historically high Norwegian seafood exports in May
Norway exported seafood worth NOK 12.4 billion in May. This is an increase of NOK 4.1 billion, or 49 per cent, compared with May last year.
- The strong global demand for Norwegian seafood gave an export value in May which is the second highest ever in a single month, only beaten by March this year. Increased export prices, primarily for salmon, but also for other species such as trout, cod, sa
NSC launches unique seafood sustainability campaign in UK
Can people’s perceptions about seafood and sustainable diets be changed over the course of three weeks? That is the theory behind the unique campaign being launched by the Norwegian Seafood Council in the UK this June.
A Sea Change is coming –to Letchworth
The 11th of June marks the start of the three-week long campaign, Sea Change, which aims to do just that – encourage a sea change for se
Pandemic accelerates trends, drives innovation, and creates opportunity across the seafood industry for 2022
The COVID-19 pandemic has affected the world in many ways. We are well-versed in the negatives, but it’s important to note that it’s also presented huge growth and innovation opportunities in markets across the world. The seafood industry is one of them.
The Norwegian Seafood Council’s (NSC) annual trend report, just launched, unveils the seafood trends that are emerging at speed thanks to the