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The North Atlantic Champion

As a truly vertically integrated company, Royal Greenland is at the epicentre of a dynamic wealth of competences, cultures, knowledge and accumulated experience, bringing wild-caught, high-quality seafood from the North Atlantic and the Arctic Ocean to consumers around the globe.

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Save the dates - the 2019 exhibition overview

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Greenland halibut

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Despite the cold and harsh climate in the North Atlantic and Arctic Oceans, the sea is teeming with life. Under the water surface, a lush environment unfolds, and the area is home to a rich abundance of natural resources.

Our seafood

Royal Greenland is one of the leading seafood Groups in the world. For more than 200 years, we have brought seafood from the oceans of the world to your plate.

Cold-water prawns

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Newfoundland scallops

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Our product ranges have something to offer for any chef who cooks seafood...

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Royal Greenland is the expert on sustainably sourced seafood. We are kitchen-focused and insight-driven and provide seafood solutions that create value for customers.

Canadian Lobster

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Risotto with mushrooms, spinach and prawns

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We are closest to the fish, closest to the customers and closest to the consumers.

Delicious seafood recipes

We are excited about cooking with seafood and as we develop new ideas, tips, recipes and new flavor combinations, we will happily share these with other seafood enthusiasts.

Thai-style panang with halibut in coconut milk and fried rice

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Trawler Avataq launched to the water

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Get in tune with the latest trends and developments in the industry, meet and greet customers, colleagues and competitors and get inspired at the most important seafood events of 2018. Save the dates now with this short overview of the seafood tradeshows, and come visit us at our stands across the world.

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8 tons less salt

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