Vital part of Iceland’s prosperity

Icelandic farmer collecting sheep

Rich with farmland, pure water, and know-how, farming has always been central to Iceland’s prosperity. About 14,000 people work in agriculture and related fields, which amounts to roughly 4% of the population. With a growing interest in local production and organic produce, the industry continues to flourish.

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