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 dish pairs a traditionally, pan seared, cut of sustainable Cornish plaice cooked on the bone with a delicate but rich saffron and Madeira sauce with subtle tarragon notes.
This recipe, using sustainable farmed mussels, is based on a classic marinière but without double cream and using Doom bar, Cornish real ale. This recipe is extremely quick and easy and can be cooked on the beach in minutes. Cornish mussels are farmed in estuaries and bays and are among the most sustainable seafood available. Mussels feed on plankton and produce very little waste so are far better for the environment than farmed fin fish such as salmon.
James fishes out at Mounts Bay using pots, gill nets and handlines. He has been around fishing, boats and harbours since he was 9 years old. He started full time when he left school and brought his first boat at 19.
It's been a strange year but we have been busy promoting Cornish Sustainable Seafood!Read more
With the second national lockdown now in force there has never been a more important time for us all to support our local fishermen. Restaurants having to close means that prices have crashed and many fishermen, particularly the ones who fish the most sustainably really need your help. Last time we had a lockdown the public were amazing and they rallied to support the fishermen and we hope that you will all do the same again!Read more
The coronavirus lockdown caused unprecedented disruptions to Cornwall?s Fishing industry, but the public rallied to help and many have changed their eating habits to support our fishing industry. Find out more..Read more