Iceland Responsible Fisheries (IRF) will participate and present responsible fisheries and certification of Iclendic fisheries, as well as other qualities of quality seafood from Iceland. Finnur Gardarsson, Project Manager at Iceland Responsible Fisheries Foundation will be available for meetings and discussions about the certification programme. Bjorgvin Thor Bjorgvinsson and Gudny Karadottir from Promote Icleand, are also available for discussions about marketing and promotion of seafood from Iceland.
Iceland Responsible Fisheries Foundation (IRFF), on behalf of its members and the fishing community of Iceland, is pleased to announce that the Iceland Responsible Fisheries Management Standard has been revised and is now open for 60 day public and stakeholder comment period, 20 April - 19 June 2016.
Global Trust SAI Global has made available the 1st Surveillance Reports for Cod, Haddock and Saithe fisheries. The objective of the Surveillance Report is to monitor for any changes or updates in the management regime, regulations and their implementation, stock assessment and status, and wider ecosystem considerations since the previous assessment (12 months after the last audit).
Iceland Responsible Fisheries will participate at the fair in Boston and we welcom you to meet us at booth # 2555.
Madrid Fusion, one of the world´s most respected gastronomy conferences, was held in Madrid, Spain during 25-27 January 2016. Promote Iceland participated in the renowned event with a promotion of salted cod from Iceland under the brand „Taste and share the secret of Icelandic cod” (Bacalao de Islandia). The participation of „Bacalao de Islandia“ in Madrid Fusion included both cooking demonstration on stage, where Michelin starred chefs cooked salted cod from Iceland, and participation as exhibitor at Madrid Fusion´s show
A large number of visitors have visited Fisch-Informationszentrum's (FIZ) and Iceland Responsible Fisheries' stand during the Green Week in Berlin. A selection of fish from Iceland has been on display at the stand and visitors have enjoyed pan fried Golden redfish. The Golden redfish was very well appreciated by guests as Golden redfish has long been one of the most consumed whitefish species in Germany over the years.
Two Michelin star chefs, Sergi Arola (Sergi Arola rest. Spain) and Eneko Atxa (Azurmendi, Spain) will prepare dishes with our quality salted fish from Iceland, in the Multipurpose Hall at at 14.15 Monday 25 January. Madrid Fusion is an international gastronomy summit.
The Golden redfish, which is the most popular fish from Iceland in Germany, will be cooked at the stand and visitors will get the opportunity to taste the treat and learn how to cook it. They will also get to learn about sustainable fisheries in Iceland and the third party certification.
During the period, 26-30 October, an independent certification committee of Global Trust Ltd. will conduct an annual surveillance activities for the Icelandic cod, haddock and saithe commercial fisheries ...
IRFF is pleased to announce that the IRFM Specification for the Certification of Icelandic Fisheries, first issued in 2010, is now available for a 30 days public comment 13 October - 12 November 2015.