A tradition of sustainable seafood
Throughout Iceland are pristine mountainous fjords in which small towns are nestled, and where fishing is a tradition and a key livelihood. Iceland is one of the most sustainable fishing countries in the world. Dried fish known as "Harðfiskur", a.k.a. hard fish, is a traditional Icelandic snack and Viking super-food. Full of protein and omega-3 fatty acids, these fish snacks have kept Icelanders going throughout the centuries and have likely contributed to one of the healthiest and longest living nations in the world. Næra Fish Snacks are a modern twist to the traditional dried fish and are tasty and healthy and would make our Viking forefathers proud.