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Have more answers about seafood and health

08.11.2017

Over the past four years, with a budget of NOK 70 million and around 45 planned scientific articles, researchers have endeavoured to find out what effect fish and seafood consumption have on our health. The Fish Intervention Studies project (FINS) is near completion and the results are starting to come in.

'Fresh' cod all year round with the right freezing and thawing method

03.11.2017

Controlled freezing and thawing of cod give consumers a product all year round that rivals fresh fish. A new research project shows that the way in which cod is frozen and thawed makes all the difference to the quality of the product.

National budget: NOK 11 million to study krill in Antarctic

12.10.2017

The Institute of Marine Research (IMR) has been allocated NOK 11 million for an expedition to study krill in Antarctica in winter 2018–2019, the Southern Hemisphere’s summer. The new icebreaker research vessel “Kronprins Haakon” will be used.

New dietary recommendations for salmon

06.10.2017

Some of the recommendations on vitamin and mineral supplements in the feed for Atlantic salmon must be changed. This happens because a shift from mainly marine ingredients to feeds where more than 70% comes from plants has changed the requirements. Implementation of this new knowledge is important for the growth and welfare of the salmon.