The most important ingredient in Icelandic cuisine is location. Iceland is blessed with abundance of fresh water, clean nature and fertile fishing grounds, while geothermal energy makes is possible to supply a year-round offering of fresh vegetables, growing locally in organic greenhouses. 

Check out these introductory videos on Iceland's culinary culture. 
Subtitles are available in German, Spanish, French and Chinese (click on CC to choose language).


ICELAND'S CULINARY HERITAGE IS FOUNDED ON INNOVATION, PURE PRODUCTS AND TRADITIONS 

Iceland's seven regions all have their unique food traditions

SUSTAINABLE FOOD PRODUCTION IS A FUNDAMENTAL PART OF ICELAND'S GASTRONOMY