Whole salmon and rainbow trout

 

The Nordlaks product range extends all the way from fresh whole superior salmon, packed in box with ice, to the freshest salmon oil available on the market today. Scroll to read more about our product range.

Fresh whole salmon and rainbow trout

Nordlaks Farming produces about 40 000 tonnes of salmon and rainbow trout every year. 90 percent of Nordlaks' own production is sold as fresh HOG salmon. All our production is located in northern Norway. Here, the winters are longer and colder than further south, resulting in a lower availability during the first half of the year.

We sort the product based on quality and size, the latter typically beeing between 1 to 9 kilos. Each box contains approximately 20 kg of salmon, depending on the size of the fish, and is packed on ice. All products originate from our own factory, N-169, located in Børøya, Vesterålen in Norway. Read more about the farming process and the processing.

 
Fresh HOG salmon. Photo: Tom Haga

Fresh HOG salmon. Photo: Tom Haga

Packing of fresh HOG salmon at Nordlaks Produkter. Photo: Marius Fiskum

Packing of fresh HOG salmon at Nordlaks Produkter. Photo: Marius Fiskum

 

Frozen whole salmon and rainbow trout - IceBerg™

IceBerg is Nordlaks trademark for frozen whole salmon. The product is unique due to our own proprietary technology. The worlds largest IQF freezer for whole fish enables ut to freeze salmon from 3-9 kilos individually and within 180 to 240 minutes, depending on the size of the fish. 

Each fish enters the IceBerg freezer, evenly spaced, on a transport belt which speed is regulated depending on the size of the fish. When the fish exits the freezer, the fish is ready for packing and storage or transport. The temperature within the freezer is - 42 degrees Celsius, which reduces the time for the freezing process significantly compared to traditional freezing technology, and especially for large salmon. The result? Unique quality.

 
 
 
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