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A turning point in the capelin season

Interview with Fridrik Már CEO of Loðnuvinnslan in today‘s paper. https://translate.google.com/translate?sl=is&tl=en&u=https://www.mbl.is/200milur/frettir/2021/03/02/timamot_a_lodnuvertidinni/ Friðrik explains that we are having a very small season historically speaking. Now the boats have finished catching capelin for freezing whole round and the factories are beginning to process the capelin roes. From the total quota of the Icelandic boats about 23.000 MT …

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The Icelandic capelin quota has been increased to 61.000 MT after a successful search in the east.

The Icelandic capelin quota has been increased to 61.000 MT after a successful search in the east.  The research vessels are now preparing for another voyage that is scheduled to go out on Tuesday 26.01.21 (pending weather). This voyage will focus on the area to the north east and north west. All involved are optimistic …

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Capelin search continues

4 vessels are preparing to go out to document the distribution of the capelin. Each vessel will have 3 scientists from Hafró the Icelandic Marine Research Institute. We hope that this excursion will provide a fairly complete picture of the fish‘s migration and will help in determining a quota for the coming season. https://translate.google.com/translate?sl=is&tl=en&u=https://www.mbl.is/200milur/frettir/2020/12/04/vilja_na_heildarmynd_af_gongunni/

Does consumption of cod liver reduce the risk of getting covid19?

Preliminary data from an ongoing Norwegian study suggests that cod liver consumers have a reduced risk of getting infected with the coronavirus, and a lower risk of severe disease. Triton canned cod liver is made from fresh cod liver – the very stuff cod liver oil is extracted from. There is no tastier way to stay healthy! https://sciencenorway.no/covid19-vitamin-d/preliminary-data-suggest-that-cod-liver-oil-users-have-lower-risk-of-getting-covid-19/1769121  

Increasing data suggesting that Vitamin D deficiancy makes people more vulnerable to get sick from Covid19

There is increasing scientific data supporting the benefits of adequate Vitamin D consumption to increase health and help fight Covid19 illness according to a new article in the Guardian.   „Low levels of vitamin D, which our bodies produce in response to strong sunlight, may lead to a greater risk of catching the coronavirus or …

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