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Aquaculture in Norway
Produktnr.: 2469
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Introduction to Aquaculture in Norway. Published by the Norwegian Seafood Council and Norwegian Seafood Federation (FHL) november 2011.

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Norsk Havbruk
Produktnr.: 2462
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Innføring i norsk havbruk. Utgitt av Norges sjømatråd og Fiskeri- og havbruksnæringens landsforening (FHL), august 2011.

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Salmon Farming in Norway
Produktnr.: 581333
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Engelsk.  24 sider.  Tall oppdatert 2014.

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In Norway, seafood isn’t just an industry, it’s a way of life.

 Because the sea is such an important part of our lives, we go to extraordinary lengths to ensure it will always sustain future generations. Combined with thousand years of fishing heritage, it makes for a very special level of quality that shines through in the unique taste of Norwegian seafood that emerge from the clear, cold waters of Norway.

An industry responsible for 22,700 Norwegian jobs, and fish delivered to 100 vastly different countries to create 13 million meals a day, gives rise to a host of stories. These are the portraits of brave pioneers who developed an industry fairy-tale: Norwegian aquaculture. The industry also has a long history at local level, as the businesses it embraces form the cornerstone of many Norwegian coastal communities. Last, but not least, aquaculture is one of Norway`s most important responses to the challenge faced by the world today: to produce sufficient, healthy food for a rapidly growing population

An industry responsible for 22,700 Norwegian jobs, and fish delivered to 100 vastly different countries to create 13 million meals a day, gives rise to a host of stories. These are the portraits of brave pioneers who developed an industry fairy-tale: Norwegian aquaculture. The industry also has a long history at local level, as the businesses it embraces form the cornerstone of many Norwegian coastal communities. Last, but not least, aquaculture is one of Norway`s most important responses to the challenge faced by the world today: to produce sufficient, healthy food for a rapidly growing population.