Our sea makes sure our salmon is brimming with nutrients and healthy fat such as Omega-3

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Our wealth lies in our health

Fish has always been a vital part of the diet in Iceland. The fish that enjoy the pristine waters around Iceland has not only ensured food security for Icelanders throughout the centuries, it has provided the country with one of the healthiest sources of protein there is.

In addition to being a great source of protein, our salmon contains numerous vitamins and minerals. Our salmon is rich in Omega-3 fatty acids, which are vital to maintaining a healthy mind and body. Furthermore, salmon consumption has been linked to many health benefits during the recent years. It’s safe to say that salmon is one of the healthiest foods you can put on your plate.

Arnarlax salmon is raised in harmony with the environment making it not just good for the health but good for the planet.

Well-being at first bite


is the king of macronutrients. Every cell in the body needs protein, which has always been considered an essential part of a healthy diet. Protein boosts the immune system, repairs cells and tissues and is imperative for growth and development.

Omega 3 Fatty Acids

consumption keeps the heart healthy and has been linked to reduced risk of cardiovascular diseases. These wonderful fatty acids also have a positive effect on our brain and eye sight.

Vitamin A

plays an important role in fetal development and is pivotal for growth. Vitamin A handles maintenance of the immune system, is good for the vision and supports bone health.

Vitamin D

is necessary to ensure the right calcium balance in the body, which in turn keeps bones, teeth and muscles healthy. Humans get a healthy dose of Vitamin D from sunlight and it can also be found in fish, such as salmon.

Vitamin B12

has a crucial role in the body as it helps make DNA, the genetic material in all human cells. It also prevents certain blood condition that make people tired and weak.


acts as a powerful antioxidant, boosting the immune system. Consumption of selenium may protect against heart disease and may reduce the risk of certain cancer.


has the essential role of making thyroid hormones, which control the body’s metabolism among other functions. The body also needs these hormones for proper bone and brain development.