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ICELANDIRECT SHAKES UP PET INDUSTRY WITH NEW LOW-PRICED HUMAN-GRADE OMEGA-3!

New York, NY, August 11, 2014 —  In a move that will turn the pet food and supplement industry upside down, Icelandirect today announced the introduction of HGO3 Pet, a refined, human-grade omega-3 material for pets at half the price of 18/12 oil.  This new imported material solves the difficult marketing problem of meeting consumer demand …

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ICELAND PREMIUM LABEL INTRODUCED!

New York, NY, October 28, 2012 — Today Icelandirect introduced its new “Iceland Premium Imported” label available for product marketers and private labeling companies to inform customers that their products contain the highest quality, molecularly-distilled, fully detoxified Icelandic fish oils using sustainable fishing, carbon-neutral and fully green production methods.  To find out more, click here. Let Icelandirect Help Grow …

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ICELANDIRECT JOINS NOAA’S SEAFOOD INSPECTION PROGRAM

New York, NY, September 10, 2012 — Today Icelandirect became a registered participant in the NOAA Seafood Inspection Program which inspects,  approves, and certifies products as safe and wholesome in accordance with specific quality regulations of the U.S. Department of Commerce. After 2010, Icelandirect as a leading nutritional supplement manufacturer provides the best quality Omega-3, Cod Liver Oil, …

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NEW ICELANDIC FACTORY TO DOUBLE ICELANDIRECT’S CAPACITY

Reykjavik, Iceland, September 1, 2011 — Icelandirect, LLC, the New York-based importer and distributor of Icelandic fish oils from, announced today that the new processing and packaging facility in Reykjavik, Iceland is nearing completion. The new 43,000 ft2, fully-modern, GMP-compliant facility will more than double capacity, enabling Icelandirect to offer a wider range of quality fish oils, …

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