ICELANDIC FISH

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Icelandic Fish

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Quality, freshness and an environmentally-friendly approach are our top priority. When selecting fish we believe in local experience and tradition, and that’s why we place our trust in the most competent hands of our Icelandic colleagues, who buy items of the highest quality for us at the fish auctions. All of the processes from catching the fish, through their processing up to preparation for transport to the airport take place in accordance with strict regulations of the Icelandic government that primarily control a responsible approach to the environment and the sustainability of fish stocks. The presence of our team and Icelandic fish s.r.o. office facilities directly in Iceland allow subsequent follow-up quality control, thanks to which we’re sure that we only deliver the best to you.

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Fresh salmon from Iceland

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Salmon belongs to one of the most demanded fish nowadays. For its distinctive flavour, tender meat and a wide variety of use, salmon has, especially in recent years, been gaining more and more popularity. As its price is affordable and the preparation very easy, salmon holds a permanent position on the table of many households and restaurants, yet even the world’s top chefs regularly include it in their menus.

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Fishing in Iceland

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There is a wide range of reasons why we’ve decided to import fish just from Iceland. Fisheries that rank among the richest in the world are situated around Iceland. Waters washing the island’s shores are very cold, thanks to which the fish contain much fewer parasites than fish living in southern areas. A clean and healthy environment is exceptionally beneficial to fish, and it also influences the quality and taste of the fish.

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Our fish

Atlantic cod

Atlantic cod

Cod live in shoals in colder waters and most often occurs over the continental shelf at a depth of 30-80 metres. They feed on molluscs, crustaceans and small fish.

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Haddock

Haddock

It is most often found at a depth of 40-130 metres. Similarly to other cod species, it lives in shoals and feeds on fish eggs, worms, molluscs and sometimes also on small fish.

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Pollock

Pollock

Pollock is a predator feeding mainly on crustaceans, herring and small fish. It lives in shoals and can most frequently be found near the bottom at a depth of about 200 metres.

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Red fish

Red fish

It lives in shoals and is found at depths of around 100-1,000 metres in areas far from the shore. It feeds on prawns, crustaceans and other fish.

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Ling

Ling

In adulthood the ling can be found at a depth of 100-200, but it occurs even deeper. They feed on shellfish, cuttlefish and other fish.

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Blue ling

Blue ling

It lives at depths of around 100-200 metres, but sometimes occurs in areas 600 metres below sea level. Mainly feeds on fish and small sea animals.

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Monk fish

Monk fish

It is found at depths near the sea bottom. It feeds on rays, eels and other fish species, which it attracts thanks to a luminescent projection on the front part of its dorsal fin.

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Lemon sole

Lemon sole

The lemon sole is found in areas with a dominating rocky bottom surface, at depths of up to 200 metres. It feeds on various crustacean and mollusc species.

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Plaice

Plaice

The plaice lives in cold waters near a sandy or muddy sea bottom at depths of around 50-150 metres, where it feeds on worms, crustaceans and small fish.

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Atlantic salmon

Atlantic salmon

It is found at depths to 200 metres and feeds predominantly on crustaceans and smaller fish.

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Atlantic catfish

Atlantic catfish

Catfish feed mainly hard-shelled creatures whose body crunches with their sharp teeth. It occurs at depths of 400 m.

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Green sea urchin

Green sea urchin

It occurs in tidal areas dominated by rocky bottom surface. They feed on seaweed and small marine animals.

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