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Hemsedal

Tamt & Vilt

Smoked fish and game and production of cured meat from cattle and game. Local raw materials. Catering. The products are available in the supermarkets...

Hemsedal

Himmelspannet

Himmelspannet makes cheese from local goat- and cow milk, based on old traditions and knowledge from Hemsedal. The products are available in supermarke...

Hemsedal

Hemsedal Flatbread bakery

Production of local bakery products based on old recipies. Made the old fashioned way. The products are available in the supermarkets in Hemsedal. You...

Kristiansund N

Klippfiskbutikken - klippfish store

The Klippfiskbutikken (Klipfish shop) is located in the Town hall in Kristiansund and is the only one of its kind in Norway. Opened in 2001 by...

Averøy

Sveggen - fishing village

Sveggen is an old fishing village situated at the northern tip of Averøy. The village, which sits by a sound, is sheltered, but also right near the...

Finnøy

Food show with Ryfylke Livsgnist

Welcome to a tasty and cheerful food show – introduced by the Ryfylke Chef Frode Selvaag and Tor Øyvind Skeiseid from Ryfylke Livsgnist. In this show...

Finnøy

Ryfylke Livsgnist invites you to visit a local tomato green house

At the tender age of 19, Jan Terje Vignes built his first greenhouse to grow tomatoes. Now, 13 years down the line, he has expanded into becoming one o...

Finnøy

Ryfylke Livsgnist and Ryfylkekokken

The Ryfylke Chef – Frode Selvaag – is born and bred in Ryfylke. Originally from Sandeid, he now operates from Finnøy. Confused? You don’t need to be....
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