The Jakarta Post
More than 50 dishes featuring salmon were served at the recent Norwegian Seafood Extravaganza — a meeting of Norwegian and Indonesian businesses — as part of a campaign to increase market share in Indonesia as most Norwegian salmon is exported to Japan.
“We bring lots of this coldwater seafood into the country and we displayed it as part of Norway’s marketing of seafood products,” the board member of the Indonesian Norwegian Business Council (INBC) Per Fredrik Ecker told The Jakarta Post on Friday in Jakarta.
He said the seafood extravaganza was an annual event to strengthen business-to-business relations between Indonesia and Norway.
“Norway represents the biggest seafood exporter in the world, and it’s all about the salmon […]. Norway is one of the biggest exporters worldwide and this is actually pretty much driving basically the international indus...