We can all help our oceans by making well informed decisions when choosing seafood. Look for Cornish seafood labelled with our recommended symbol. Here are a few species from our recommended seafood list.
This simple dish is delicous and easy to prepair. And is best using fresh cornish squid!
Dave fishes from the Port of Mevagissey. His boat the Valhalla is 12m long, and he fishes for a wide range of species using a demersal trawl with large mesh to reduce bycatch of small fish.Read more
Chris Ranger fishes for native oysters and queen scallops aboard his traditional oyster working boat the Alf Smythers. Fishing using oyster dredges the traditional way under sail and oar. Chis is also a registered fish merchant supplying a wide range of purified local sustainable shellfish.
Oysters are great seafood for sustainability. Cornish native oysters and farmed Pacific oysters are both great species to be choose but now there are also wild caught Pacific oysters on the market. These oysters are a threat to Cornwall's marine life and they need to be controlled so we should be eating them!Read more
We are now calling for input from the public and the seafood industry following our annual summer seafood sustainability ratings review.Read more
Incredible biodiversity on Fal oyster fishery, notes from a day out on the Fal Oyster Survey 2019Read more