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Module 09:
What is there to eat in Norway?

Norway has come a long way as a food nation. Be sure to be aware of our culinary specialities, so that you can advise your foodie clients in the best way.

We'll start by looking at the most typical Norwegian dishes and main food events.


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Havfruen, Trondheim.
Photo: CH / Visitnorway.com

A food nation on the rise

In the last few years, we have definitely found a new interest in the culinary heritage of Norway. You could even say that there has never been a better time for foodies to visit Norway!

Find extra information on Visitnorway.com
Et steinfat med røkt laks og annen mat
Hotel Union, Geiranger.
Photo: Tina Stafrèn / Visitnorway.com

Pinnekjøtt
Pinnekjøtt.
Photo: matprat.no

Man and woman eating food at festival in Trondheim
Trøndelag food and brewery festival, Trondheim.
Photo: Wil Lee-Wright / Oi! Trøndersk Mat og Drikke AS

Smalahovetunet, Voss
Smalahovetunet, Voss.
Photo: Thomas Rasmus Skaug / Visitnorway.com

eLearning - What is there to eat in Norway?
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Test your knowledge

Finished the module? Check your knowledge by doing the test below.

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In Norway, we often use the concept "kortreist" (short-travelled) when we talk about food. What does it mean?

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Umami, Harstad
Umami, Harstad.
Photo: Benjamin A. Ward / Visitnorway.com