The supply of Norwegian farmed salmon, one of Finland’s most popular fish often served in the form of creamy salmon soup, has increased lately leading to a considerable drop in its price since spring. All the more weird, this happens while the cost of many food items continues to rise in Finland: the price drop is due to warmed sea temperatures along the Norwegian coast. Price in spring did hit 40€/kg and now is as low as 8€/kg: the Oslo Stock Exchange has seen Norwegian salmon prices falling by around 40% over the past three months, and the estimates for the near future are uncertain.