Seafood In India

Seafood from Norway presents to you the original Norwegian Seafood that comes from our cold and clear waters with perfect environment and optimum temperature to nurture the world’s most popular seafood.

Living so close to such rich stocks has enabled Norway to share its love of fish and seafood with more than 140 countries around the world and now we thrive to serve you the best quality of Norwegian Seafood that would compliment the taste of India developed for the customary Indian Seafood Taste.

Seafood companies in India when thinking of Norwegian Seafood they think about us.Check out this page for the different species found in Norway’s cold, clear waters, including family favorites, Cod Fish, Haddock and Salmon.

Norwegian Salmon

Norwegian salmon grows at its own leisurely pace, which gives it a pure and fresh taste and is the secret behind its attractive red-orange coloring. The same being the reason for its firm-consistency which leads to a complete pleasure when one savors it.

Deepwater Prawn From Norway

Found in 3 different varieties, Deepwater Prawns thrive in deep cold waters. One bizarre fact about Prawns states that they are hermaphroditic i.e they start life as male and complete it as female. We use trawl to catch prawns all year round.

Norwegian Cod Fish

Found in abundance, Cod is an economic asset for Seafood from Norway. Fished using the different variants of the fishing net, Cod has a mild flavor that goes well with many ingredients and seasonings.

Norwegain Fjord Trout

This gemstone of Norway is the only trout in the world that grows in Fjords. Being a good source of Omega3 this fish can be relished raw or cooked at low temperatures. Fjord Trout is available all year round.

Mackerel From Norway

Nutritionally rich in Proteins, Omega-3, Vitamin D, and Selenium, Mackerel is mostly fished during summer months. What makes Norwegian Mackerel different from others is the fact that seine is used to catch this particular species of Norwegian fish.

Norwegian Atlantic Halibut

An ideal choice for celebrations and family get-together, Atlantic Halibut can grow up to be 9 feet tall and weigh about 500 pounds. It’s delicious and can be prepared in diverse cuisines using varied ingredients.

Norwegain Ling

A shallow water fish, Ling is a wild catch, fished using a longline net or the ones with a continental slope. High in nutritional value a Ling can weigh up to 40 kilos and contains high quantities of Vitamin A, D, and B12.

Norwegian Herring

A shallow water fish, Herrings migrates to the depths of the sea. They are fished majorly in between October and March. Herring is a protected species and has high nutritional value containing omega-3, vitamin D, and selenium in their diet.

Norwegian Tusk

A species of Cod fish, Tusk is white shellfish. It can weigh up to 9 Kilos and takes about 8 to 10 years to mature. With a lifespan of more than two decades Tusks have high nutritional value containing Vitamin B12 and Selenium.

Norwegian Stockfish

The drying process to make stockfish leads to a concentrate of the fish itself and preserves all the nutrients in it. Along with being a good source of B-vitamins and calcium, stockfish cannot be competed with when it comes to high-level of proteins.