SKYR is a fermented and concentrated milk product from Iceland. It is eaten as a meal and/or used for cooking.
SKYR is the national food of Iceland, a heritage from the Vikings.
SKYR has been natural part of Icelandic diet since Viking times. It is mentioned in the old Icelandic Sagas, e.g. Egils and Grettis saga. The Icelandic origin is therefore more than 1000 years old.
Traditionally, SKYR was made on every farm along with whey which was used as a preservative for a variety meat
Today, SKYR fits very well to modern health-conscious consumers, who are looking for high-protein, low-carb and satieting food with an excellent flavor and texture