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Seafood in the kitchen

Seafood is high in protein and contains the healthy omega-3 fatty acids together with natural minerals and vitamins.

Royal Greenland caters for many different customers across the world, with very different products. In Asia, ranges include turbot frills for sushi, whole fish for soup and grilled dishes, and shellfish and marinated fish for convenience. In Europe, there is a great preference for ready-cooked and peeled shrimp, smoked fish and convenient coated, marinated or stuffed fish ready for the oven.

New trends are constantly arising and the Royal Greenland ranges are developing accordingly. Organic and gluten-free breading, portion-controlled sizes, enhanced qualities and new cuts are concepts that match the everyday lives of consumers.

Our innovative development chefs are continuously developing new products that tap into the needs of modern consumers. Royal Greenland offers new concepts to our customers on a regular basis and is also happy to engage in shared development projects together with customers.

Consumer habits have changed significantly in recent decades, and food issues such as indulgence, convenience, health, ethics, variety, value for money and safety are becoming more and more important. Health and well-being are increasingly influencing consumption decisions, and fish is of particular significance in this respect, as mounting evidence confirms the health benefits of eating fish

The State of World Fisheries and Aquaculture, FAO, 2014

Seafood and health

Seafood is an extraordinarily good source of many of the healthy nutrients that it is hard to get enough of in other food items.

Fatty fish have a high level of healthy fat and omega-3 fatty acids and a low level of polyunsaturated fatty acids that are extremely unhealthy. The fish that are low in fat mostly still contain a high level of protein, minerals and vitamins.

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