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About Steelhead Trout from Norway

Discover steelhead trout from the clear, crisp fjords of Norway: a richly flavored fish with beautiful marbling, melt-in-your-mouth texture and a bold sunset color. Steelhead trout is miles away from your average river trout, and it’s destined to be your new favorite.

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Great Taste from Cold Clear Waters

Culinary Features:

Taste & Texture

  • Norwegian steelhead trout is raised in cold fjords where seawater meets the most pristine glacier waters, therefore gaining a rich and pure taste.
  • Beautiful marbling, solid and tender meat that melts in the mouth.
  • Short muscle fibers give a tender and velvety taste with an exceptional feel on the palate.
  • Trout from Norway does NOT have the characteristic earthy, muddy taste river trout are known for.


  • Bright silvery skin, smaller head and round mid-section.
  • Smaller than salmon


  • Perfect for raw, marinated and lightly cooked dishes

Oil and Color

  • Intensely red. Steelhead trout has a stronger, redder color than salmon.
  • Most fat is stored in the belly, the fillets are generous.

Seafood From Norway, Unsurpassed in Flavor and Purity

More about Seafood From Norway

  1. Sustainability
    • Norwegian aquaculture standards are the most rigorous in the world. Thoughtful care for ocean health ensures Norway’s seafood industry is a world leader in responsible farming and harvesting practices as well as wild resource management, fishing, processing and distribution.
  2. Nature
    • Seafood thrives in Norway’s natural environment – no other place on Earth comes close to replicating these harsh yet ideal conditions
    • Norway’s climate and environment (extreme cold, a vast coastline) are harsh but are the perfect conditions for the best seafood. Icy, clean waters allow fish to grow slowly, leading to unsurpassed flavor.
  3. Health
    • From the health of our individual bodies to the health of our planet, Seafood from Norway is one of the world’s best sources of nourishment.
    • Fatty fish, such as trout and salmon, Norway’s primary export to the U.S., are great sources of heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids. Research has shown that omega-3s can reduce your risk of heart disease and stroke. (AHA)
    • Norwegian trout is a healthy protein that has important nutrients: Omega-3, vitamin D, vitamin B12, vitamin A, iodine and antioxidants.