The Norwegian-Spanish salted fish project
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The Norwegian – Spanish salted fish project

Salted fish products have been in the heart of Spanish and Norwegian culture for centuries. Production of bacalao salado (salted cod) emerged in Spain in the 13th century , and the Norwegians have supplied the Iberian markets for 300 years.


During the last decades a fundamental restructuring of The Spanish market for salted fish products has occurred. Consumption has increased, new products have been introduced, and the entire process of salted fish production has changed.


The Norwegian – Spanish  salted fish project aims to examine the key factors responsible for such trends in one of the world’s leading seafood markets, as well as support good business relations between Norwegian and Spanish producers.