Swedish researchers have assessed one of Norways most important export products, farmed salmon, in a new report. Swedes love salmon. And almost all the salmon they eat comes from Norway.
Beside this, can I eat Norwegian salmon raw?
Now, you should know that Norwegian salmon is very different from Japanese salmon. It doesn’t carry any parasites and it’s perfectly safe to eat raw. … The Norwegians knew that if they could just crack the Japanese sushi market, their salmon stocks would become a goldmine.
In this regard, how do you eat Norwegian salmon?
Salmon in fish soup
One of the best ways to eat Norwegian salmon is in fish soup (Fiskesuppe). This is a hearty and creamy staple of Norwegian cuisine, especially in the winter months. Traditionally, fiskesuppe is made with both salmon and cod with potatoes and other vegetables such as carrots.
Is Norwegian salmon safe to eat 2019?
Consumers can feel confident that Norwegian salmon are antibiotics free, and a safe and healthy choice on their dinner plates,” says Larsen. The 2019 NORM-VET report is the twentieth annual report of its kind, presenting data on resistance and usage of antibiotics in Norwegian animal husbandry and food production.
In a statement, the Council declares that several of Norway’s food safety bodies quite clearly state that farmed salmon is safe as a food. “The Directorate of Health also recommends eating more fish, preferably two to three days per week and often also as toppings.
but first, did you know there are six different species of salmon? … The Atlantic species can also be called “Scottish”, “Norwegian”, or “Canadian”.
Norwegian study shows the same
Nøstbakken and his colleagues found that all three fish species are good sources of vitamin D and Omega-3 fatty acids, but that they also contain unwanted substances that can contribute to exceeding recommended consumption limits.
Norway is the world’s largest producer of farmed Atlantic salmon with 366 million fish produced in about 1,000 large ocean pens off the coast. Norway has the largest population of wild Atlantic salmon, yet the number of farmed salmon is 250 to 700 times more than wild salmon.
Norwegian Salmon (also called Atlantic)
By far our most popular, this farm-raised salmon from Norway is available all year.
Norwegian farmed salmon is particularly blamed. Known for several years as highly polluted, it contains more heavy metals than natural fish and is also contaminated by an insecticide used to treat parasites: diflubenzuron. This substance is highly toxic to aquatic organisms.