Icelandic Group in full force at Brussels

Icelandic Group will be in full force at the upcoming Seafood Expo Global  in Brussel, April 21-23rd. “With our  256sq m booth on the main floor, and private meeting room, we are looking forward to engaging with new and current customers to discuss ou...

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DNA sequencing used to determine survival

The project SustainLarvae started formally a few days ago by a kick-off meeting at Matís headquarters in Reykjavík.  It is a three year project with three participants; Matís and Sæbýli from Iceland and FishVet Group from the UK. The project was s...

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  Marport Appoints new Distributor in the UK 

Effective immediately, Marport has appointed Furuno UK its exclusive distributor for the UK. A long term agreement between Marport and Furuno UK was signed. Marport’s product portfolio compliments and completes the already extensive product line Furuno...

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High prices for white fish from Iceland

Exports of white fish from Iceland, cod, haddock and saithe, are fetching much higher prices in the beginning of this year than the same period last year. The price of cod has gone up by 19.6%, the haddock prices are up 13.7% and  the saithe is up 22.5%....

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Helga´s salmon

Healthy and nutritious food is of utmost importance to everyone. When you can combine that with a very tasty food like salmon, fruits and vegetables you have a real feast including a lot necessary factors that are good for your health. For your brain, hea...

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Marel Improves the Processing Flow

At Seafood Processing Global this year, Marel will demonstrate a wide range of equipment and software solutions that help optimize raw material utilization, reduce processing times and labor costs, and improve processes throughout the value chain. Salmon ...

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Land based processing is getting the lion´s share

Land based processing  is taking the lion’s share of all fish caught in Icelandic waters at the cost of processing at sea. This trend follows the changes of the trawler fleet from freezing trawlers to  wet fish vessels. This is revealed in a new repor...

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The Polshift Conference held in Reykjavík

The POLSHIFT conference is being held at the Marine Research Institute of Iceland on today and to morrow. The aim of the conference it to seek answers to the quetions if  Poleward shifts in the pelagic complex may be effect of climate change? The objecti...

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Skaginn/3X super chilling solution

The wetfish trawler Málmey SK 1 has landed over 1000 tn. so far of cod and haddock without using any typical flake ice for cooling. The trawler is supplying superior fish. Skaginn 3X is seeing extended shelf life by 7 days, outstanding fish texture and...

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Double catches in March in Iceland

The Icelandic fishing fleet doubled its catches in March compared to the same month last year. The total catch was 192.000 tonnes which is an increase of 96.000 tonnes. It is capelin that is making the difference going from 36.000 tonnes to 128.000 tonnes...

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