8 influencers driving Iceland's local food movement

In many ways, the small, Kentucky-sized country of Iceland is the last place you’d expect a local food movement to gain traction. For starters, much of Iceland’s land is not arable: Glaciers cover 10 percent of the island, and at 66 degrees latitude, Iceland kisses the Arctic Circle—meaning its farmers face a paltry growing season, erosion from extreme wind and water and cool temperatures that ha

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