Demand for whale meat in Norway rising after years of decline

Conservationists say relaxing of regulations poses threat to welfare of minke whalesDemand for whale meat in Norway is rising after years of decline, although activists have warned the loosening of regulations could damage the welfare of the animals.Norway remains one of only three countries to publicly allow commercial whaling, along with Japan and Iceland. Much of the catch is sent to Japan, where demand is high, but for the first time in years businesses have reported increased interest in eating whale meat domestically. Continue reading… Source – Full Article

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