View on Iceland: Skyr, Trademarks and Football
Once you finished browsing Iceland Monitor’s wide selection of news , events and features , you might like to have a look at some other Iceland-related material from around the world that we shall be collecting for you weekly.
1. ‘Welcome to skyr, the Viking ‘superfood’ waking up Britain’ –
Iceland’s dairy wonder-product skyr is known and loved by locals and visitors to Iceland alike. Find out all about the product – its origins, its properties, and its place in Icelandic society – and why it might be about to take the UK by storm.. .
Read Welcome to skyr, the Viking ‘superfood’ waking up Britain, by Brian Oliver
2. ‘Iceland v Iceland: The bitter trademark dispute erupts’ –
The background to the newly ignited, serious but amusing, Iceland v. Iceland trademark struggle. The UK frozen-food giants ‘Iceland’ enjoy registered trademark status for their name, something which Iceland (the country) now wants to get reversed.
Read Iceland v Iceland: The bitter trademark dispute erupts, by Luke McDonagh
3. ‘The Icelandic club which went viral with their elaborate goal celebrations’ –
Everybody loves a good football goal celebration, and Icelandic team Stjarnan are true masters of the genre. Andy Warren takes a look at the team’s old and new material – from a country whose football celebrations recently captured the imagination of the world.
Read The Icelandic club which went viral with their elaborate goal celebratons, by Andy Warren
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