Norway has a unique and rich food culture, and the best way to experience this is by travelling shore to shore across the country to sample these local treasures. It’s moving to know that the raw materials are produced and harvested close to where you now find yourself, by great people who put their soul into providing you with a completely unique taste experience.
The specialties vary from place to place in Norway, and some areas, such as Sognefjorden and Hardanger, have become synonymous with fruit, apple juice and cider production. Here you can experience apple harvesting and follow the production closely, or simply enjoy the taste of the tart, succulent apples while feeling the sun-warmed grass underneath your feet.
When you buy directly from local producers, you get an authentic taste experience that you won't find anywhere else in the world. The food is made with care and dedication and is a living part of Norway's cultural heritage.