Don’t eat whale meat in Iceland


Whale friendly restaurants in Iceland

From Icwhale.is in Iceland:

75% of Icelanders never buy whale meat

80% or more of minke whale is trashed after killing

60min it can take for a whale to be killed after it is shot with an explosive harpoon

80% of minke whale is killed next to the whale watching area in Reykjavik

CHOOSE A WHALE FRIENDLY RESTAURANT

Icewhale – The Icelandic Association of Whale Watchers and IFAW – The International Fund for Animal Welfare, have cooperated closely for several years. The aim is to inform and educate Icelanders and tourists about a few facts regarding whale meat consumption in Iceland and have their support to end commercial whaling instead of contributing to it by tasting it in restaurants. Read about the campaign. If you have any questions or comments regarding these listings, or would like to add one, don’t hesitate to drop us a line to info@icewhale.is.

Please do not eat whale meat during your stay in Iceland, as it encourages the hunting of whales. Most Icelanders never eat whale meat, why should you?

Whappy the Whale Friendly App is also a great new alternative to discover the whale friendly tourism in Iceland. It’s available and free to download.

14 thoughts on “Don’t eat whale meat in Iceland

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  2. For years, Icelandic millionaire badboy Kristjan Loftsson has massacred hundreds of endangered giant fin whales. But no more!! Working with allies, a million of us pressed the Dutch government to close their ports to him, then German Avaazers helped to block ports there too. Then we caused a media and political storm in the Caribbean where Loftsson’s ship was registered. After years of pressure, he’s called off the hunt!

    “The global pressure brought by the Avaaz community has no doubt played a big role in Loftsson’s welcome decision.”
    – Vanessa Williams-Grey, Whale and Dolphin Conservation.

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