The project documented effects on food safety with less salt used in the processing.
In this project the goal is to develop a new fish spread product from high-grade cuts of mackerel and salmon raw material.
The Research Council of Norway
In this project, the researchers will document how various process technologies kills pathogenic spores, and develop new safe food products with long shelf life.
Meeting challenges, improving methodology and exploring new arenas. The food and drink industry scores low on R&D investments and innovativeness. The main objective of this research project is to stimulate the Norwegian food and drink industries innovativeness.
Agricultural Agreement Research Funds (FJM)
What happens in pre-packed fish products during freezing, thawing and heat treatment? In this project we document the effects to improve and develop new products and prolong shelf life.
In this research program our primary objective is to increase our knowledge on how processing can maximize the benficial health effects of dietary fiber and minimize the detrimental health effects of glycaemic carbohydrates.
Foundation for Research Levy on Agricultural Products (FFL)
The main objective is to create a whole new series of industrially manufactured sous vide gourmet dishes.
What is the shelf life of salt-cured cod at different storage conditions?
The Norwegian Seafood Research Fund - FHF
Examination of catch-related damages at landing.
The main objective of the BACCHUS project is to develop tools and resources that will facilitate the generation of robust and exploitable scientific evidence that can be used to support claims of a cause and effect relationship between consumption of bioactive peptides and polyphenols, and beneficial physiological effects related to cardiovascular health in humans.
EU - FP7
The aim of this projec t is to utilze packaging technology and analytical methods in order to obtain better exploitation of the fish raw material by predictable, optimal product quality and prolonged shelf life of pre rigor fileted salmon.
TeRiFiQ is a 4-year EU-project where Nofima is one of the key participants. In addition to Nofima, the Norwegian food producers Leiv Vidar and Millba participate in the project, together with several other European R&D partners and industry.
This project combines expertise from four central research institutions that study interactions between escaped farmed and wild Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) from different perspectives: population genetics, ecology, genomics, and quantitative genetics.
The goal of the centre was a paradigm shift within fisheries technology.
The main objective of this work package is to estimate and quantify how climate changes impact Arctic fisheries and aquaculture, and the livelihood of communities and economic actors depending of these industries.
Nofima runs the national breeding programme for cod, which provides important data for developing a profitable cod farming industry.
Ministry of Trade, Industry and Fisheries
The profitability survey
Every year Nofima conducts a survey of profitability and structural changes in the Norwegian fish processing industry. Now you can examine some of the numerical data on this page yourself. The figures for 2018 were added in August 2020.
Norwegian Ministry of Trade, Industry and Fisheries
How do currency changes affect the performance and competitive position of the Norwegian seafood industry?
This is a small selection of the more than 600 projects Nofima is involved in at any given time.
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