Supermarkets Bónus and Krónan take advantage of Iceland’s small market to keep prices high.
A bill on cheese imports newly passed by the Icelandic parliament will cause Icelandic consumers to miss out on 104 tonnes of duty-free imported cheese this year.
Iceland is number six on the list of countries with the highest proportion of Veganuary participants.
Many Icelanders who attempted to buy red cabbage for their Christmas Eve dinner this year came home empty handed, as it was sold out across Reykjavík.
The Icelandic Food and Veterinary Authority (MAST) has deemed mussels in Hvalfjörður fjord safe to consume, ending a two-year alert.
Excess butter and milk from MS Iceland Dairies was sold to foreign buyers at only a fraction of the prices found in Icelandic stores.
The Icelandic government will have to change regulations governing the import of raw and processed meats, eggs, and milk in accordance with the European Free Trade Association (EFTA).
Icelandic Homemakers aren't happy with offal sales, as the amount of blood and quality of tripe are lacking.
Owner of The Icelandic Milk and Skyr Corporation Siggi Hilmarsson is working with investment bank JPMorgan on a possible sale of the company.
Steve Pappas, vice president of Costco in Europe, says that Costco loves Iceland but he is disappointed with Weetabix sales
This Saturday, the former bus center Hlemmur in central Reykjavík will finish its transformation into Hlemmur Food Hall, a bus stop-food hall hybrid.
Inflation figures for June reflect the impact of the opening of Costco warehouse club on the retail industry in Iceland, according to Arion Bank’s research division.
Since bakery Brauð&Co opened its doors in downtown Reykjavík a little over a year ago, it has had to increase its staff from an initial four to nearly 40 because of demand, and management has plans in the works to open new branch locations in the near future.
It has recently been confirmed that a poisonous mushroom, by the name of Steinkrympill has found its way to Iceland.
Carlo Petrini, president and co-founder of the global grassroots organization Slow Food, will be visiting Iceland next week and giving a lecture at at the University of Iceland on Tuesday.
The British television chef Jamie Oliver has decided to serve West Fjords salmon at the restaurant he plans to open in central Reykjavík.
The Northeast District Court has sentence two men to prison for stealing frozen seafood and bird meat.
Last year saw record sales in dairy products in Iceland, although the number of dairy farms went down by 40 during the same period.
Traditional Icelandic saltkjöt og baunir, salted meat and split pea soup, is eaten in Iceland today to celebrate sprengidagur (‘Bursting Day’).
At a ceremony in Stockholm this morning, Restaurant DILL has was awarded a Michelin star, one of the most prestigious marks of distinction given to restaurants.