Safe seafood near the submarine wreck off Fedje
In 2014, there were still low levels of mercury in seafood captured near the submarine U-864 off the island of Fedje.
Safe feed means safe food
Salmon feeding has taken place for many decades and gives us a unique opportunity to produce safe and healthy food.
NIFES contributing to new marine website
NIFES is one of 12 agencies that are contributing extensive knowledge about marine management to the new website havforum.no.
Safe farmed salmon
A thorough analysis of farmed salmon conducted in the past decade show that the content of most undesirable substances has been reduced.
We need vitamin D!
In April, Norwegians’ vitamin D status is at its lowest. That means that it is particularly important to eat fatty fish.
New PhD: Dietary supplements in salmon feed
Synne Marte Andersen will be defending her PhD thesis from the University of Bergen/NIFES today, entitled: 'Interactions of arginine and polyamines on growth and metabolism in Atlantic salmon'.
Enough fish for more people?
The 'blue field' can make a great contribution to the production of more food, and not least nutritionally rich food.
Nutrients, not ingredients!
Farmed salmon are eating less marine ingredients and more plant ingredients. This works well and ensures good growth and health when the salmon's nutritional requirements are met.
New PhD: Bacteria from Anisakis can improve the shelf life of fish
Minced fish products containing bacteria from the Anisakis parasite have a longer shelf life than similar products without these bacteria. The reason could be that increased competition between a number of bacteria slows down their development, according to a new PhD thesis.