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A foodie’s guide to Norway’s tastiest festivals

Good food is good mood. In the last few years, several new food festivals have popped up across Norway. Get a taste of what awaits …

Aslaug Rustad

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Norway’s food scene is booming. Today, you can enjoy food festivals throughout the whole country, all year round.

“I think there are several reasons for the growing interest for food, and especially local food. More and more people are concerned with what they eat. We want quality products as well as knowledge about the roots and history of the food we buy. We travel more, discover new regions and their culture. And with that comes the interest for local specialities", says Aslaug Rustad, CEO of Oi! Trøndersk Mat og Drikke.

Rustad is based in Trøndelag, which is known as Norway’s leading food region. She works with local producers on a daily basis and has visited several food festivals during her career.

Below you can read about her top five recommendations.

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Aslaug Rustad's favourite food festivals

Trondheim
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1. Trøndelag food festival

"My personal favourite with more than 150 stands. The festival takes place in the heart of Trondheim."
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Fagernes
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5. The Norwegian Rakfisk Festival, Fagernes

"I love stockfish, so to me this festival is simply a little piece of heaven on earth."
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Fagernes.
Photo: Cathrine Dokken/Norsk Rakfiskfestival

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