IRF represented at Seafood Expo Global

Iceland Responsible Fisheries (IRF) will participate at the Seafood Expo Global in Brussels (stand #834, Hall 6) and present responsible fisheries and certification of Icelandic fisheries, as well as discuss marketing and promotion of seafood from Iceland.

Buyers in Belgium and Holland are invited to attend a workshop on responsible fisheries 23 April at the residency of the Icelandic Ambassador in Belgium.

Finnur Gardarsson, from Iceland Responsible Fisheries Foundation will be available for meetings and discussions about the certification programme and latest developments. Gudny Karadottir and Bjorgvin Thor Bjorgvinsson from Promote Iceland, are also available for discussions about marketing activities and promotion of seafood from Iceland. For meetings requests, please send us an a-mail.

Promote Iceland organises participation of nearly 30 Icelandic companies at the Expo in Brussels. In Hall 6, in addition to IRF and Promote Iceland: Arnarlax, Novo Food, Sea Data Center, Iceland Pelagic, Isam, Ican, Vísir, VSV, About Fish, Triton, Félag atvinnurekenda, Íslandsbanki, Icemar, Icemark, Ice-co, G.ingason,  and Islenska / Icelandic export center. In Hall 4: Valka, Samskip, Skaginn, Héðinn, Wise, Kapp, Curio, and Borgarplast.

The Icelandic Minister of Fisheries, Kristjan Thor Juliusson, will visit the Expo in Brussels.

For more information about the national stands, please contact Berglind Steindorsdottir, berglind@islandsstofa.is.

 

 

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