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Norwegian Seafood

Sea Eagle Group AS can offer a wide range of Norwegian seafood products. 


Products are purchased directly from ocean trawlers or packing stations along the Norwegian coast line. 
 
Products: 
 
 
Salmon (Salmo Salar) - Whole fresh/frozen  
 






Saithe (Pollachius Virens) - Whole - Fillets - Portions/Loins  

 






Cod (Gadus Morhua) - Whole - Fillets - Portions/Loins  
 






Shrimps (Pandalus Boralis) - shell on / peeled  
 






Herring - (Clupea Harengus) - Fillets smoked - Fillets/Bits in marinades  
 
 






Mackerel - (Scomber Scombrus) - Whole hot- and cold smoked / Fillets hot - and cold smoked      








"Fiskemat" - tranditional Norwegian seafood (Fish cakes / fish loaf / fish burger / fish balls) 







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