Norway is the fourth largest country in Europe. Although Norway is not a member of the European Union (they are a member of the European Economic Area (EEA)), they tend to follow EU import and customs restrictions. Norwegians are wealthy and purchasing power is very high. Compared with the Danish or Swedish consumers, Norwegians are not as price sensitive and are willing to spend more; however, they are very patriotic and often choose domestic products.
Similar to other Nordic countries, Norway relies heavily on agricultural imports due to the severe winters and a short growing season. U.S. exports to Norway were dominated by tree nuts, food preparations, wine, ethyl alcohol, raisins, sweet corn and sawn oak.