January 30, 2023

Seafood from Norway

Salmon is the most popular food fish in Germany as it is not only delicious but also healthy. With its natural omega-3 fatty acids, Salmon is one of the richest Omega-3 suppliers for humans.

When buying fish, many are often faced with the question: wild salmon or Aquaculture salmon? The Stiftung Warentest has checked both. The farmed salmon from aquaculture, in particular, received top marks. This comes – like the test winners – mostly from Norwegian Waters. According to Stiftung Warentest, the farmed salmon tastes particularly good buttery, tender and juicy. It has a high-fat content and a strong salmon taste. The expertise of the Norwegian fisheries is becoming the most modern for this technology used to make the fish farms in a sustainable way cultivate and use natural resources for coming Leaving generations intact. The origin marking “Seafood from Norway” guarantees consumers excellent Quality Norwegian fish.

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