Features


  • Connecting chefs to local seafood in the North East

    The North of Tyne Fisheries Local Action Group (FLAG) has joined forces with a Newcastle-based food NGO to deliver a programme designed to inspire trainee chefs to use locally caught seafood. Food Nation, a leading food and nutrition social enterprise that works to inform disadvantaged communities about the benefits of good food through practical and innovative […]

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  • Aldi Launches New Sustainable Fish Range

    Supermarket Aldi is launching ‘What’s the Catch?’, a new fresh fish range developed to support British fisheries in sourcing sustainable fish and alternatives to traditional white fish. The new launches, which will be in store as Specialbuys from Thursday 16th May, will include four, easy-to-cook white fish alternatives including; Whiting, Gurnard, Pouting and Megrim Sole […]

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  • More than a third of Britons not eating enough fish!

    People across the United Kingdom are not eating the recommended portions of fish each week, according to an online survey from Ish Fish, the Grimsby-based fish delivery company. The study of more than 3,000 people found that 36.2% of respondents eat fish just once a week. A report from the American Heart Association says that […]

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  • The World is your Oyster

    From fisherman to chef and from mussel farmer to fishmonger, the seafood industry is filled with a huge variety of different career options. A new video from Seafish, The World is your Oyster, outlines the sheer range of job possibilities tied to fishing and aquaculture. Featuring fish and chip shop owners, fishermen, fishmongers and seafood buyers, […]

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  • Kendal College Students Named Young Seafood Chefs of the Year

    Two young chefs from Kendal College have won the 2019 UK Young Seafood Chef of the Year competition after beating eight other teams in the final, held on Friday (14th) at the Grimsby Institute, Grimsby. The competition – sponsored by Seafish, the public body that supports the £10bn UK seafood industry– challenges its participants to […]

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  • Misconceptions about the seafood industry are putting off young talent

    Campaign developed by Seafish aims to help industry attract young jobseekers The next generation see the seafood industry as low skilled and unexciting, leaving seafood businesses struggling to recruit fresh, young talent. Seafish, the public body that supports the £10bn UK seafood industry, is calling for the industry to prioritise attracting young people to jobs […]

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  • First Young Fishmonger of the Year Revealed at Master Fishmonger Standard Awards Ceremony

    Jordan Keig from Robinson’s Foods, Isle of Man, has been announced as the first winner of the Master Fishmonger Standard Young Fishmonger Award at a ceremony on 3 June at Fishmongers’ Hall, London, home of the historic Worshipful Company of Fishmongers.   Jordan was selected from a shortlist of four candidates by a combination of a public vote and a panel […]

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  • Loch Duart wins Made In Scotland Exporter of the Year award

    Independent Scottish salmon farming business, Loch Duart , based in Sutherland and the Uists, has been named ‘Exporter of the Year’ at the 2019 Made in Scotland Awards. Loch Duart Ltd is an independent, Scottish salmon farm based in North West Scotland.  The first fish farm in the world to achieve RSPCA Freedom Food approval, […]

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  • Cast your vote for the UK’s top young fishmonger

    Voting for the Master Fishmonger Standard Young Fishmonger Award 2019 is now open! A shortlist of four candidates will battle it out for the accolade of MFS Young Fishmonger of the Year. The award recognises young people under the age of 25 who have made an outstanding contribution to the fishmonger trade, looking at their technical […]

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  • Sustainable packaging from Scottish seafood

    A Scottish start-up has developed a method of making eco-friendly packaging from waste seafood.  CuanTec use the head, shell and legs of langoustines to extract a substance called chitin which is used to create a flexible and stretchy bio-degradable film for seafood packaging, reducing the amount of plastic waste that ends up in land-fill and our oceans.  Traditionally, the […]

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  • The Search for the UK’s Top Young Fishmonger is on!

    The Master Fishmonger Standard launches Young Fishmonger of the Year. The next generation of fishmongers are being called upon to battle it out in a competition that will test their technical knowledge, skills and passion for the trade. As the first of its kind, the Award will celebrate young talent and provide a platform on […]

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  • The Fishermen’s Mission launches unique ‘Catch of the Day’ online auction

    National charity, the Fishermen’s Mission, is delighted to announce the launch of an exciting new fundraising initiative, its ‘Catch of the Day’ online auction. This involves a range of national artists and celebrities including Fern Britton, Alan Titchmarsh, Caroline Quentin and Jonathan Dimbleby among others, giving up their time to paint a ceramic sculpture in […]

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