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Norwegian seafood exports to China continue to grow, opening a new chapter in prosperous trade

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Norwegian seafood exports to China continue to grow, opening a new chapter in prosperous trade

(Summary description)Norwegian seafood at Asian International Fisheries Fair, Asia's largest aquatic industry event

On October 31, Beijing / On October 31, the Norwegian Seafood Agency successfully held a media sharing meeting at the Norwegian Embassy in Beijing. Harald T. Nesvik, Minister of the Norwegian Fisheries and Seafood Department, visited the scene and shared the latest trends and market developments of Sino-Norwegian seafood trade relations. Harald T. Nesvik visited China from October 29 to October 31, during which he also attended the Norway-China Seafood Summit and China International Fisheries Expo, and met with Chinese representatives and stakeholders to inject new value into Sino-Norwegian seafood trade. kinetic energy.

Norwegian seafood exports to China lead the world

Norwegian seafood exports to China continue to grow vigorously and are expected to maintain growth. As of the end of the third quarter of 2019, Norwegian seafood exports to China totaled close to 112,000 tons, a year-on-year increase of 14%, to 3.6 billion Norwegian kroner (about 2.793 billion yuan). So far this year, China has become the fastest growing market for Norwegian seafood exports.

"China is Norway's most important trading partner in Asia. I am very happy that Norwegian marine production has performed so brightly in the Chinese market," said Harald T. Nesvik, Minister of Fisheries and Seafood of Norway. "During my visit to China, I witnessed With the close cooperation between the Chinese and Norwegian maritime industries, I look forward to the long-term and stable trade cooperation between the seafood industries of the two countries and achieving mutual benefits and win-win results. "

Favored by consumers, Norwegian seafood accelerates exports to China

In the first three quarters of 2019, the export volume of Norwegian fresh salmon to China rose by 92%. Driven by it, Norwegian Arctic cod, Norwegian blue croaker and other species also performed well in China. The total exports of Norwegian Arctic cod to China in the first three quarters increased by 20% to 722 million Norwegian kroner (about 557 million yuan). Norwegian blue-and-white mackerel exports also surged by 85% to a total of about 19,700 tons.

The origin determines the quality, and the origin is an important reference index for the quality and taste of seafood. 90% of consumers consider origin to be very important when buying seafood. 44% of Chinese consumers choose Norway as the first choice for seafood. With the continuous rise in Norwegian seafood recognition and consumer demand, Norwegian seafood exports to China are expected to make new breakthroughs.

Sino-Norwegian Industries Join Hands

The growing demand of Chinese consumers for nutritious and delicious seafood has brought huge market opportunities for the Norwegian seafood industry. Sino-Norwegian maritime industries work together to reach a cooperation and continuously promote the win-win situation of the seafood industry of the two countries. In order to deepen cooperation and promote industrial upgrading and exchanges, the Norwegian Seafood Agency organized the "Norway-China Seafood Summit" in 2019 to focus on seafood trade. At the summit, more than 300 partners from various links in the industry chain gathered to exchange market insights and explore new agreements.

Ms. Bovia, Director of Mainland China and Hong Kong of the Norwegian Seafood Agency, said: "The Norwegian Seafood Agency's market research shows that Norway is the most popular seafood producing place for Chinese consumers. The Norwegian seafood is longer than the cold and clear waters of Norway and caters to Chinese consumption Demand preferences. "

Norwegian seafood has huge market potential in China. As many high-quality Norwegian seafood have entered China, Norwegian seafood has opened a new chapter in prosperous trade. In November, the Norwegian Seafood Agency will work with a number of Norwegian seafood companies to appear at the Second China International Import Expo and showcase Norwegian seafood at the 8.2H Norwegian joint booth at the Food and Agricultural Products Pavilion.

About Norwegian Seafood Agency

The Norwegian Seafood Agency is affiliated with the Norwegian Ministry of Trade, Industry and Fisheries, and cooperates with the Norwegian fisheries and aquaculture industry to develop the Norwegian seafood market through local market intelligence, market development and reputation risk management. The Norwegian seafood industry finances the activities of the Norwegian Seafood Agency by imposing tariffs on all Norwegian seafood exports.

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  • Time of issue:2019-11-04 01:57
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Norwegian seafood at Asian International Fisheries Fair, Asia's largest aquatic industry event
 
On October 31, Beijing / On October 31, the Norwegian Seafood Agency successfully held a media sharing meeting at the Norwegian Embassy in Beijing. Harald T. Nesvik, Minister of the Norwegian Fisheries and Seafood Department, visited the scene and shared the latest trends and market developments of Sino-Norwegian seafood trade relations. Harald T. Nesvik visited China from October 29 to October 31, during which he also attended the Norway-China Seafood Summit and China International Fisheries Expo, and met with Chinese representatives and stakeholders to inject new value into Sino-Norwegian seafood trade. kinetic energy.
 
Norwegian seafood exports to China lead the world
 
Norwegian seafood exports to China continue to grow vigorously and are expected to maintain growth. As of the end of the third quarter of 2019, Norwegian seafood exports to China totaled close to 112,000 tons, a year-on-year increase of 14%, to 3.6 billion Norwegian kroner (about 2.793 billion yuan). So far this year, China has become the fastest growing market for Norwegian seafood exports.
 
"China is Norway's most important trading partner in Asia. I am very happy that Norwegian marine production has performed so brightly in the Chinese market," said Harald T. Nesvik, Minister of Fisheries and Seafood of Norway. "During my visit to China, I witnessed With the close cooperation between the Chinese and Norwegian maritime industries, I look forward to the long-term and stable trade cooperation between the seafood industries of the two countries and achieving mutual benefits and win-win results. "
 
Favored by consumers, Norwegian seafood accelerates exports to China
 
In the first three quarters of 2019, the export volume of Norwegian fresh salmon to China rose by 92%. Driven by it, Norwegian Arctic cod, Norwegian blue croaker and other species also performed well in China. The total exports of Norwegian Arctic cod to China in the first three quarters increased by 20% to 722 million Norwegian kroner (about 557 million yuan). Norwegian blue-and-white mackerel exports also surged by 85% to a total of about 19,700 tons.
 
The origin determines the quality, and the origin is an important reference index for the quality and taste of seafood. 90% of consumers consider origin to be very important when buying seafood. 44% of Chinese consumers choose Norway as the first choice for seafood. With the continuous rise in Norwegian seafood recognition and consumer demand, Norwegian seafood exports to China are expected to make new breakthroughs.
 
Sino-Norwegian Industries Join Hands
 
The growing demand of Chinese consumers for nutritious and delicious seafood has brought huge market opportunities for the Norwegian seafood industry. Sino-Norwegian maritime industries work together to reach a cooperation and continuously promote the win-win situation of the seafood industry of the two countries. In order to deepen cooperation and promote industrial upgrading and exchanges, the Norwegian Seafood Agency organized the "Norway-China Seafood Summit" in 2019 to focus on seafood trade. At the summit, more than 300 partners from various links in the industry chain gathered to exchange market insights and explore new agreements.
 
Ms. Bovia, Director of Mainland China and Hong Kong of the Norwegian Seafood Agency, said: "The Norwegian Seafood Agency's market research shows that Norway is the most popular seafood producing place for Chinese consumers. The Norwegian seafood is longer than the cold and clear waters of Norway and caters to Chinese consumption Demand preferences. "
 
Norwegian seafood has huge market potential in China. As many high-quality Norwegian seafood have entered China, Norwegian seafood has opened a new chapter in prosperous trade. In November, the Norwegian Seafood Agency will work with a number of Norwegian seafood companies to appear at the Second China International Import Expo and showcase Norwegian seafood at the 8.2H Norwegian joint booth at the Food and Agricultural Products Pavilion.
 
About Norwegian Seafood Agency
 
The Norwegian Seafood Agency is affiliated with the Norwegian Ministry of Trade, Industry and Fisheries, and cooperates with the Norwegian fisheries and aquaculture industry to develop the Norwegian seafood market through local market intelligence, market development and reputation risk management. The Norwegian seafood industry finances the activities of the Norwegian Seafood Agency by imposing tariffs on all Norwegian seafood exports.

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