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.
Cod Exports Reach A Historic High
Norway exported codfish worth NOK 1.16 billion in November. This is an increase of NOK 293 million, or 34 per cent compared with November 2013. Year to date exports of cod, saithe and haddock total NOK 10.95 billion. This is an increase of NOK 960 million on the whole of 2013. This is an all time high for codfish exports, both for the month of November as well as for the year to date.