A survey made by the newspaper Dagsavisen among the large food chains and fruit importers, show that none of them have registered any reduction in the sale of Israeli products.
Consumers in the stores, asked by the newspaper, also say they are not interested in boycotting Israeli produce, even if they have heard of the call for a boycott.
Consumer researcher Eivind Jacobsen says Norwegians do not have a tradition for boycotting.
He also points to the fact that most of the Norwegian imports from Israel consist of components for electronics and IT, not fruits and greens.
Makes me want to go buy a sweater :-)