Fiske Torvet means "Fish Market" in Norwegian where fresh fish and seafoods are sold straight from the seas and fjords of Norway.

In the Philippines, we buy fresh fish and seafoods from so called "Palengke" or "Wet Market" where most fresh produced can be brought. Nowadays, fresh fishes and seafoods are also available in big Supermarkets.

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