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Fiskidjan Bylgja hf receives a HACCP certificate

In 2010 our product line and methods were certificated by the HACCP standards for the food industry by FAO, (The Food and Agricultural Organization of the UN). HACCP (Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points) is especially focused on hygienic and clean environment in the food industry to minimize risks and avoid human mistakes that might affect the quality of the food. HACCP secures responsible food production and healthy safe foods to the consumers.
Fiskidjan Bylgja has also in cooperation withCentrum HACCP implemented a quality system that meets the demands of the global standards of the BRC  (British Retail Consortium) for the food industry.

 

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  • BRC Certification

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    Fiskiðjan Bylgja in Ólafsvík has been certified towards BRC.  For the last months we have been working on upgrading our quality system towards BRC in order to strenghten our operations and our company towards our customers abroad.  It is clear that demands from customers and markets are growing towards quality and proof of ...


  • Our new logo stands for the quality and sustainability of our products

    Our blue skatefish gets a makeover. With increasing exports, investments in better technology and quality management, the need for a new, more contemporary logo became clear.  A logo that stands for freshness, quality and shows the origin of our products, i.e. Iceland. It is important that our customers are able to trace the origin of our fish, that is harvested in a sustainable, responsible ...


  • Fiskidjan Bylgja hf receives a HACCP certificate

    In 2010 our product line and methods were certificated by the HACCP standards for the food industry by FAO, (The Food and Agricultural Organization of the UN). HACCP (Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points) is especially focused on hygienic and clean ...


Fiskidjan Bylgja hf deals mainly in 15 different species of fish depending on season and availability. Following is a list of our most common species:

Species

Catfish
Halibut
Haddock
Ocean Perch
Common Ling
Monkfish
Skate
Plaice
Witch Flounder
Pollock
Cod
Whiting
Common Dab 

Iceland responsible fisheries

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