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Record #147026:

Erum leidhandi í framleidhslu og markadhssetningu á Sjávardýraolíum / Baldur Hjaltason.

Title: Erum leidhandi í framleidhslu og markadhssetningu á Sjávardýraolíum / Baldur Hjaltason.
Translated title: We lead in manufacture and marketing of fish oils.
Author(s): Hjaltason, Baldur.
Date: 1998.
Language: Icelandic.
In: Aegir. (1998.), Vol. 91(9) (1998)
Abstract: Managing director of Lýsis hf., Iceland's biggest manufacturer of cod and other fish liver oils, describes changes in sales and packaging, new markets, including China, and new scientific discoveries about fats, cholesterol, vitamins A and D, and omega-3 fatty acids. 100 countries have bought their oils in last 60 years. Other fish oils are increasingly in demand, and environmental cleanness can be another plus for Iceland if it keeps its clean seas as source of material.
Notes:

Aegir. Vol. 91(9) :10-15 (1998).

Keywords: 639.223 -- Cod fisheries.
665.2 -- Animal oils, fats and waxes.
N -- Renewable resources.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*35) -- Iceland.
SPRI record no.: 147026

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