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.
A delicious, creamy, spicy recipe to set off quality sustainable Cornish hake fillets.
This is a lovely light lunch or starter using one of our favourite fish. Really simple to put together, use the absolute freshest mackerel and crab to ensure a real impact of flavour.
Gary Rawle is the owner of Westcountry Mussels. He farms mussels in the clean waters of St Austell bay. Mussel farming is a low impact sustainable farming method that produces the highest quality mussels.Read more
James fishes out at Mounts Bay using gill nets and handlines. He has been around fishing, boats and harbours since he was 9 years old. He started when he left school and brought his first boat at 19.
Check out our latest news - helping us all enjoy Cornish Seafood during lockdown!Read more
Are you enjoying your food during lockdown? Feeling adventurous? Why not give Cornish sustainable seafood a whirl? Find out more..Read more
In this edition of Cornwall Good Seafood News we talk about how the coronavirus crisis is affecting our fishing industry and what we can all do to support fishermen, eat local!Read more
We have created a list of fishermen and seafood companies who will deliver seafood direct to your door. Never has there been a more critical time to help our local fishers. Due to the coronavirus pandemic markets for seafood are suffering and fishers are struggling to sell their catch.Read more