Delicious recipes of seafood caught in UK waters.
We've teamed up with registered dietician and nutritionist Juliette Kellow to create a 4-week menu that shows you just how simple it is to add more fish to your diet.
Knowing where to start when it comes to buying, cooking or preparing seafood can be daunting but our handy 'how to' guides are a great place to start!
We’re working with seafood businesses across the UK to bring you direct access to some of the best fish and shellfish from around our shores.
2 a Week aims to inspire more people across the country to eat two fish dishes per week. Discover recipes, meal plans and inspiration here!
Got a question about fish and diet or health? You’ve come to the right place! We've put together this guide covering everything you need to know about fish, from A to Z
What is the ‘Sea for Yourself’ campaign?
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Find out more about fish and the seafood industry, from what it's like to be a fishmonger to ideas to inspire you.
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An initiative to inspire the UK to cook and eat more seafood caught and cultivated in UK waters.
Delicious recipes of seafood caught and cultivated in UK waters.
We've pulled together a few quick hints and tips regarding storage, preparation and cooking.
As part of the 'Sea for Yourself' campaign, we hear from the UK’s first fully offshore mussel farm on growing shellfish.
As part of the 'Sea for Yourself' campaign we hear from Brian Maule on lockdown dishes.
As part of the 'Sea for Yourself' campaign, we love sharing this story about Barry Brunton and his boat.
As part of the 'Sea for Yourself' campaign, we spoke with Fisherman Sion Williams and fishmonger Mark Grayon on local Welsh shellfish.
As part of our 'Sea For Yourself' campaign, we’ve paired up with some of our favourite foodie bloggers.