KNAPKKalaallit Nunaanni Aalisartut Piniartullu Kattuffiat (Danish: Association of Fishermen and Hunters in Greenland)
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Significantly, hunters selling foods there do so at a fixed price agreed upon by the local hunters' and fishers' association (Kalaallit Nunaat Aalisartut Piniartullu Kattufiat, or KNAPK) and by municipal authorities (usually a local consumers' committee).
Prices paid to hunters for products delivered are determined once a year by agreement between Royal Greenland/GFI and KNAPK, the hunters' and fishers' association.
Regulations adopted under the Act are enacted following input from local hunters and fishers, biologists, KNAPK, and officials involved with management of species of interest outside of Greenland, including beluga and narwhal (Helms, 1991).