The Norwegian coastal ecosystem boasts natural resources that Norway became an international leader in marine aquaculture. To a great extent, a feat accomplished due to the respect and protectiveness the Norwegians bestow to maintain the fragile balance.
Vietnamese couple, Do Tuan Viet and Nguyen Quy Quynh Hanh, live and work in Espoo, Finland. The couple and their daughter went to Norway in May last year – where Quynh Hanh’s sister lives, to crab fishing in a coastal city, Aalesund.
Norway is the world’s second largest exporter of seafood, providing 37 million daily meals of seafood to 150 countries across the globe. Responsible management of our precious resources is at the very core of the Norwegian seafood industry.
While it is possible to enjoy Norwegian King crab at high-end restaurants, chefs from Norway themselves have shared with readers simple recipes for culinary devotees that we can experience and enjoy king crab in the most original way.
Everyday, thousands of king crabs are checking into a large luxury hotel at Oslo Airport. They travel the world, only to end up in the hands of top chefs and enjoyed by customers.
Norwegian seafood is gradually conquering the Vietnamese market with high quality. The fastidious taste of Vietnamese is both an attractive challenge and also opening up a business opportunity.