Cod above the rest

There’s a new fish
in the farm

Meet our saltwater superstar. A North Atlantic Cod, naturally raised to delicate perfection in the clear, cold Norwegian fjords.
Respectfully farmed, carefully packed, and timely delivered.

The Norcod Timeline
Evalueringsprosjekt, selskapet ble stifet Juli 2018

Q2 2019
Rekruttering ledelse

Q3 2019

Q4 2019
Rekruttering drift, Finnangeroya

Januar 2020
Sjofase, Finnangeroya


Mars 2020
Rekruttering drift, Jamnungen Froya

Juni 2020
Sjofase, Froya

Oktober 2020

Desember 2020
Forste slakt

“Everything about this product is inspiring and in the spirit of our restaurant. I look forward to following the journey of the product, which is sure to make its way to our kitchen.”
Brian Mark Hansen Head Chef at Soelleroed Kro
Food of the future


Norcod is a leading pioneer in sustainable, naturally raised cod. We take great pride in delivering a premium quality product through cultivation methods that are highly respectful of our shared ocean resources. Our practices align with several UN Sustainable Development Goals, including Life Below Water and Responsible Consumption & Production.

Explore Norcod sustainability here

Compared to livestock farming, the Norcod aquaculture system leaves a much smaller carbon footprint, making our Atlantic Cod a more sustainable food source. We have even opted for electric vessels.

Despite covering 70% of the Earth’s surface, just 2% of our food comes from the ocean. We offer a sustainable solution that brings fresh Atlantic Cod to dinner tables all over without depleting natural resources.


Cod is not only flavorful but also highly nutritious. It’s an excellent source of lean protein, vitamins, minerals, and Omega-3, making Atlantic Cod a great component of any healthy diet. In fact, 96% of its calories come from protein.

We are strongly committed to upholding the health and welfare of our Cod. Carefully developed practices ensure a well-balanced growth and sustainable performance of our stock through natural feeds of highly digestible proteins and lipids.

Look into the future