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The most common type of meat in Iceland is lamb and mutton; however, poultry, pork and beef are also highly consumed.

The most common type of meat in Iceland is lamb and mutton; however, poultry, pork and beef are also highly consumed.

What is impressive is the special range of meats that are also consumed, although not to such a great…

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Iceland's culinary tradition attracts the interest of global travellers

Iceland's culinary tradition attracts the interest of global travellers

Even if the Iceland food prices are pretty low, Iceland food is surely for the few gastronomy lovers.…

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The fact that the food industry constitutes a major part of Iceland’s economy is a guarantee that gastronomy lovers will absolutely adore the local & international cuisine the country has to offer.

The fact that the food industry constitutes a major part of Iceland’s economy is a guarantee that gastronomy lovers will absolutely adore the local & international cuisine the country has to offer.

In Icelandic cuisine, innovation and creativity are a matter of issue, especially since 2004, when the…

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Iceland has a long tradition in agriculture and sustainable fisheries and as such it offers a high-quality product range, such as fresh seafood, all-natural smoked salmon and free-range lamb.

Iceland has a long tradition in agriculture and sustainable fisheries and as such it offers a high-quality product range, such as fresh seafood, all-natural smoked salmon and free-range lamb.

Some of the most popular Iceland traditional dishes are the “blodmor” blood sausage of lamb, “lambasteik”…

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Iceland has a developed coffee industry with several cafes across it, giving you the ability to taste excellent coffee wherever you are.

Iceland has a developed coffee industry with several cafes across it, giving you the ability to taste excellent coffee wherever you are.

Tea is another popular beverage but it's not consumed with such pleasure as coffee.

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