The Norwegian Veterinary Institute in corporation with the Norwegian Food Safety Authority, are responsible for the Salmonella surveillance programme in Norway. The surveillance covers samples from live animals (poultry, cattle and pigs) and fresh meat (cattle and pigs).
The aims of the programme are to provide documentation of the prevalence of Salmonella in the livestock populations and their products, to ensure that Norwegian food-producing animals and food products of animal origin are virtually free from Salmonella and to prevent an increased occurrence of Salmonella in Norway.
The Salmonella surveillance programme in 2017, documents that the Norwegian population of cattle, swine and poultry are only sporadically infected. The estimated prevalence is below 0.1% in all examined populations.
- Salmonella 2017 (pdf 557kb)
- Salmonella 2016 (pdf 790kb)
- Salmonella 2015 (pdf 1mb)
- Salmonella 2014 (pdf 663kb)
- Salmonella 2013 (pdf 1mb)
- Salmonella 2012 (pdf 906kb)
- Salmonella 2011 (pdf 892kb)
- Salmonella 2010 (pdf 519kb)
- Salmonella 2009 (pdf 679kb)
- Salmonella 2008 (pdf 579kb)
- Salmonella 2007 (p. 21) (pdf 6mb)
- Salmonella 2006 (p. 21) (pdf 3mb)
- Salmonella 2005 (p. 19) (pdf 4mb)
- Salmonella 2004 (p. 19) (pdf 4mb)
- Salmonella 2003 (p. 19) (pdf 6mb)