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Transcript of Norway
Norway is much like America in that they obtain food from stores and restaurants. The only real difference is the large number of family farms in Norway, making farmer's markets popular
Rank among the healthiest in the world
8 deaths per 1000 people
12.4 births per 1000 people
Table Setting and Manners
Imports and Exports
Diseases and Prevention
Causes of Death
Thin Pancakes filled with berries or jam
made from aged stockfish or dried/salted whitefish and lye.
shrimps are common all year round for the most part but are usually eaten in spring and summer as a light meal.
tåkk før måten (thank you for the food).
The Norwegian krone is worth $7.65 in U.S. money
crude petroleum - 36%
petroleum gas - 26%
refined petroleum - 5.3%
non-fillet fresh fish - 2.4%
raw aluminum - 1.9%
cars - 5.9%
refined petroleum - 3.7%
passenger and cargo ships - 3.2%
nickel mattes - 2.5%
computers - 2.4%
The average Norwegian consumes 3511 calories daily
Adults - Cardiovascular Disease and malignant cancer
Young Adults - suicide
Children - injury
Babies - SIDS (Sudden infant death syndrome
The most common diseases in Norway are mostly chronic diseases, such as cardiovascular disease, cancer, diabetes, etc. They are difficult to prevent with nutrition alone.
They celebrate Christmas in almost the same way, and for the same reasons. The most popular dish around this time is ribbe (pork ribs or pork belly, bone in). The risengrynsgrøt (hot rice pudding) is an old, traditional dish. This is what the “barn gnome” eats. In the countryside, many people put a bowl outside for the barn gnome.
By Caitlin Butler and Chris Soler