The main export partner of Norway for salmon measured by export value was Poland. In 2021, Norwegian salmon with a value of almost 11 billion Norwegian kroner was exported to Poland. Other important trade partners for Norway for salmon included France, Denmark and the United States.
Leading fish exporting country
In general, Norway is one of the leading fish and seafood exporting countries in the world. The domestic coastline provides great conditions for the fish industry, which is very important for the country. The export value of fish and seafood from Norway increased annually in recent years, amounting to almost 95 million Norwegian kroner in 2017. With roughly 68 percent in 2018, salmon made up the largest share of total seafood exports, followed by codfish and mackerel.