Herring Fish Oil 

Contains Cetoleic acid

Creates EPA and DHA Omega-3 in the body

In 1903 Icelandic fishermen discovered rich shoals of herring in the seas surrounding their island. In less than a decade, modern fish oil production started as this newfound treasure attracted fishermen now returning from the open ocean with their ships filled with this ‘Silver of the Sea’.

Today FISKOLÍA fish oil is crafted from wild herring caught in the pristine North Atlantic Ocean surrounding Iceland. Naturally rich in Omega-3 fatty acids and developed through years of tradition, FISKOLíA may hold the key to the country’s well-known longevity.

Responsibly monitored and controlled herring fisheries play an important part in maintaining levels of employment and residency in the rural fishing villages across Iceland.

FISKOLÍA works with fisheries Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) certified for international recognition of a sustainable approach to preserving a natural balance in the sea environment.

FISKOLÍA stands for the purity of its products based on the quality of raw materials that originate from fresh herring caught wild in the pristine, unpolluted North-Atlantic Ocean that surrounds Iceland. FISKOLÍA fish oil has its origin in the fatty herring off-cuts and the liver.

We take pride in the taste and smell of our product that is a result from sustained low oxidation levels in the production process that help maintain the character longer than in other similar products.

FISKOLÍA products have low oxidation levels contain all the goodness of Omega-3 fatty acids including EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) and DHA (docosahexaenoic acid) alongside A and D vitamins. 250 mg daily intake of DHA is recommended by the EU to help support the maintenance of normal brain relating to vision and cardiac functions.

FISKOLÍA has been awarded the prestigious iTQi Superior Taste Awards for its fine taste.

Consumers are provided with an overall pleasant consumption experience and less burping, not witnessed before in similar Omega-3 products.


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