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More dried and salted fish to Angola?

The largest fish market for Norwegian dried and salted fish in Africa is in Angola. But there is still enormous potential. 

Nearly 90% of the Norwegian export of dried and salted fish to Angola is saithe, measured both in terms of volume and value.

Our analyses of international trade statistics show that Angola is also a major market for dried and salted cod, which it imports from Portugal. If we can compete with Portuguese companies, Angola can become a larger market for Norwegian dried and salted cod, and thus for Norwegian fish overall.

 

To read more, please visit Nofima.no.

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