Our modern high-technology Icelandic fish processing company was founded in 1980. The company produces frozen and fresh Icelandic fish and seafood at its own specialized factory near Reykjavik. Quick-frozen, skinned, and deboned haddock fillet has been the base of the company’s production since it was founded.
Our Icelandic fish and seafood products have been exported mainly to the markets of the United States and Great Britain. The Isfiskur ehf. company has received numerous awards for the quality of its Icelandic fish products, meeting the high quality-standards of the most demanding customers has always been of paramount importance to the company.
Our well-trained staff maintains strict quality control and ensures compliance with the highest hygienic requirements during the production process, so the quality of the skinned and deboned fish fillet is guaranteed by effective quality control and tests at all steps of processing.
Our fish is immediately deep frozen at -45° C, after which it is packed in vacuum packing and cardboard boxes. Then it is stored fresh-frozen to ensure freshness and quality. Only quick deep freezing keeps haddock’s ecological purity, because this method does not require chemical processing of the produce.
This is the only way to sustainably ensure high quality.
The idea of creating a trademark Oscar's Fish came from the name of the founder of the fish processing company, which has been running since 1980. The trademark Oscar's Fish for Icelandic seafood was registered in 2009, and OSCAR'S FISH Ltd. was founded in Latvia by the same owners.
PERSONAL APPEAL FROM THE CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD
I am Oskar Thor Karlsson, Chairman of the Board of Icelandic fish processing company, which is a leading OSCAR’S FISH brand’s fish producer.
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