Let's meet in Boston 16-18 March
The Iceland Responsible Fisheries program invites you to visit stand #673 at the Seafood Expo North America in Boston 16-18 March.
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CLEAN NATURE – PURE PRODUCT
Icelandic waters are a source of healthy, pure and fresh seafood products. In Iceland, fish is handled with respect, from fishing-vessel to market, bringing you a product of highest quality.
WELL MANAGED FISHERIES
Sustainable use of marine resources is at the very heart of fisheries management in Iceland. The FAO-Based RFM Certification Program is a third party certification model used to verify responsible fisheries management and good treatment of marine resources. The Cod, Haddock and Saithe fisheries have all been certified.
Meet Finnur Gardarsson, Project manager at Iceland Responsible Fisheries Foundation and Gudny Karadottir, Director at Promote Iceland and Marketing manager for Iceland Responsible Fisheries to learn more about Icelandic seafood and certification of Icelandic fisheries. Please book a meeting by sending an e-mail to Gudny Karadottir, firstname.lastname@example.org. Click here for the meeting invitation.
Minister of Industry and Commerce, Ragnheiður Elín Árnadóttir will visit the show and the Icelandic companies exhibiting in Boston.
Promote Iceland (Islandsstofa) is arranging the participation of a number of companies from Iceland at the shows in Boston. For further information, please contact Berglind Steindórsdóttir, email@example.com.
At the "Taste of Iceland" in Boston 14-18 March you can enjoy an authentic Icelandic meal at the legendary Rialto restaurant, located in the heart of Cambridge. Icelandic award winning chef, Hákon Már Örvarsson, Team manager for the National Culinary team of Iceland, will collaborate with Rialto chef Jody Adams. Further information on Iceland Naturally website.