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Norwegian Foodprints

Enjoy homemade food, Norwegian ingredients and food with a local identity. Visit a restaurant with the Norwegian Foodprints mark of quality.

Norwegian Foodprints - a Norwegian food experience

If you are looking for genuine Norwegian food, eateries with the "Norwegian Foodprints" badge are just the thing for you. All of them are certified as serving home-cooked food with Norwegian ingredients and emphasizing local identity.

Find the list of Norwegian Foodprints certified eateries here.

This map will show you where to find the Norwegian Foodprints certified places to eat.

About Norwegian Foodprints

Innovation Norway has in cooperation with The Norwegian Farmers' Union and Hanen developed an independent marketing channel for good Norwegian eateries.

High quality

In order to become an approved Norwegian Foodprints restaurant there are strict criteria that must be met. It is emphasized that the food is made from scratch, as well as documented use of Norwegian, local products and good local knowledge of food and dishes.

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Last updated:  2014-07-01
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Norwegian Foodprints - Photo: TINE

Norwegian Foodprints

Enjoy homemade food, Norwegian ingredients and food with a local identity. Visit a restaurant with the Norwegian Foodprints mark of quality.

Norwegian Foodprints

Source: Visitnorway

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