Meet us at the Seafood Expo in Boston on March 19-21

We invite you to our stand #2555 where you can meet the Iceland Responsible Fisheries' team and discuss certification of fisheries in Iceland and the IRF program, promoting quality and freshness of seafood products, sustainably sourced from the clean Icelandic waters.  Eight companies selling seafood and farmed fish will join us at the stand.  Read more

Certification and traceability - New videos on "How it works"

Two videos have been released to demonstrate the certification of fisheries and the chain of custody certification. The IRF third party certification verifies Icelandic fisheries to the highest level of assurance. See how it works.  Chain of Custody Certification is explained in a short video available online

Iceland is now on the Michelin star map 

DILL restaurant in Reykjavik is Iceland's very first restaurant to be awarded Michelin star. This is important recognition not only for DILL, but also for Iceland, Icelandic chefs, and the country's food producers that provide local food to the restaurants.

In addition to awarding the first Michelin star to DILL, the 2017 Michelin Guide mentions four other restaurants in Iceland: Grillid at Hotel SagaVox at Hilton Hotel NordicaGallery at Hotel Holt, and Matur & Drykkur wich received a Bib Gourmand award.  Read more

The cod from Iceland promoted in Madrid

Madrid Fusión, one of the biggest and the most important event for the Horeca sector in Spain, was held 23-25 January. The marketing project Bacalao de Islandia participated for the second time promoting quality cod, sustainably sourced in Icelandic waters. Around 10,000 guests attended the event to learn about new trends and innovations in the food and restaurant industry.
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Italian chefs and students learn about Icelandic cod

Recently, a promotion on the Icelandic salted cod was held at a culinary institute in Southern Italy. The students expressed a great interest to lectures on fisheries, processing, and different products from the salted cod.

Two Italian chefs from the Campania region in Italy came to Iceland to learn more about Icelandic fisheries, the processing and the country in general. They are among trusted buyers and offer Icelandic salted cod on the menu at their restaurants. Both events were a part of the Bacalao de Islandia marketing project. Read more

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