In the picture Riccardo is working a Salted Cod putting it inside a dedicaed tank.
Norway s.a.s at S. Martino in Genoa It was founded more than forty years ago, mainly because of the passion of the owner, who each year travels to Norway to choose for yourself the codfish and the best cod
Upstream cods is our way to tell people the story, using pictures, about stockfish and salted cod, how these two products gets fished, prepared and presented to everyone’s table.
The meaning of Upstream Cods is to follow the full production chain backwards: we’ll start from Liguria’s festivals and restaurants concerned stockfish and salted cod, going upstream to the Lofoten islands, Norway, where the cods are fished and prepared to be sold to public, as we know it…be sure that we are also going to snoop around on how they are cooked in their native land. And, by the way, will photograph the natural beauty of these remote islands located beyond the Arctic Circle!
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