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  • Aqualyng AS - Specializes in delivering desalination plants that produce potable water for industrial and drinking purposes.
  • Coast Seafood - Atlantic Salmon & Fjord Trout exporters in Norway, dealing on organic salmon, trout, halibut, cod, pelagic and white fish.
  • Danica Foods - Offers produces and supplies a range of quality fruit based food products, e.g. jams and marmalades in Norway.
  • Denofa - The only soycrusher in Scandinavia producing soybean meal and oil, as well as lecithin, for the feed and food industry.
  • Domstein - Norway's fishing harbour and an important centre for fish industry and export.
  • Gudbrandsdal Industrier AS - Cheese slicer producer offering products from their factory for both domestic and worldwide markets.
  • Havfisk - One of Norway's leading producers and exporters of fish products. Located at Aker Brygge in Oslo, Norway.
  • Lerøy Seafood Group - Manufacturer & distributor of seafood products. Based in Bergen, Norway.
  • Marine Harvest (Norway) - Norwegian seafood company and producer of farmed salmon. Based in Oslo, Norway.
  • Nergård Seafood AS - One of the biggest Norwegian exporters of seafood. It has 14 processing plants all located in Northern Norway.
  • Nordlaks - A fully integrated company producing, processing and selling high quality Atlantic salmon and Rainbow trout world wide.
  • Norway Royal Salmon - A sales and purchasing company for the salmon farming industry. The offices are located in Trondheim and Kristiansand.
  • Norwegian Seafood Council - Offers specialize in Alaskan seafood , buy seafood , mail order lobster , frozen seafood , fresh seafood.
  • Seaborn AS - A sales company for fish founded and owned by a number of Norwegian fish-farming companies located along the Norwegian coast.
  • TINE SA - Distributor and exporter of dairy products. Jarlsberg cheese, with its characteristic sweet, nutty taste and large, round holes.
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