Norway's king crab sector, boosted by Alaska supply shortages and the closure of some markets to Russian product, may be hitting a ceiling on the prices it can fetch for its product.

The average price of Norwegian king crab has doubled from NOK 250 (€24.70/$25.10) per kilo between January and March last year to NOK 500 (€49.30/$50.30) per kilo during the same period this year.

Lukas Budrevicius at Norway King Crab checking the quality on its tanks that will take the crabs to its next destination.