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).
A special ISK 100 million (UDS 874,000, EUR 840,000) marketing effort is planned to bring 800-1,000 tons of Icelandic lamb to market abroad.
The Reykjavík District Court ruled Friday that the Icelandic State must pay damages to a company that was prevented from importing fresh beef tenderloins to Iceland.
A regulation is in the making at the Icelandic Ministry of Agriculture to ban the use of genetically modified feed for sheep.
The EFTA Court today issued a judgement, saying that the freezing of imported meat cannot be required Under EEA law.
Birgit Kositzke is a woman who definitely knows what she wants. In 2007 she moved from Germany to Iceland with the idea of carving out her fortune in agriculture. However, it was neither horses nor cows that caught her interest, but rabbits for their meat.