This salmon grows in the most remote northern regions of arctic Norway where currents move steadily creating a natural life for the Organic Atlantic Salmon. The fjords of Norway are formed when a glacier retreats after carving its typical U-shaped valley, and the sea fills the resulting valley floor. This forms a narrow, steep sided inlet (sometimes deeper than 1300 metres) connected to the sea. The terminal moraine pushed down the valley by the glacier is left underwater at the fjord's entrance. The waters in the fjords are crystal clear and constantly in osmosis with the Northern Arctic Seas.