From fjord to fork: Norway loves its fish

Fresh fish is supplied to kindergartens under the Fiskesprell initiative and preschoolers can practise their cutting skills. Photo: Norwegian Seafood Council/Marius Fiskum

Our boat cuts through the still, dark water of the fjord like a sharp knife, sending silky ripples behind it. We arrive at an aquaculture farm with large floating cages in a neat row.

In the middle of each cage, a curved feeding spout starts to move, spraying food pellets as it rotates. Suddenly, the fjord comes alive with the splashing of thousands of trout as they surge forth with gaping mouths.

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