This June, we’re celebrating all the magnificent men in our lives… #LetsHearItForTheBuoys! We should all be enjoying at least two portions of seafood a week for optimum health, so let’s encourage all the fin-tastic fellas to becoming Seafoodie Heroes and reap the amazing health benefits of a diet rich in fish and shellfish.
The Cornish Hake fishery is an incredible success story and an inspiring example of what can be achieved to help fisheries recover. As recently as 2006, Hake was a species that was suffering from significant over-fishing and stocks were falling - it was most definitely not sustainable and was highlighted as a species 'to avoid'.
At Fish for Thought, we are on a mission to change the way people enjoy fish and shellfish forever. In order to achieve this, we recognise that we need to lead the way when it comes to sustainable and ethical sourcing.
As part of our recent new website launch, we have taken time reviewing the range of fish and shellfish that we offer. This has involved us spending time with organisations like The Marine Stewardship Council, The Cornwall Good Seafood Guide and The Marine Conservation Society.
Are you a foodie? Or even better, a seafoodie? If the answer is yes, then we’re about to make you VERY happy. Say hello to our Fish for Thought Seafood Recipe Boxes. We are making it our mission to help you #GetHookedOnHealthy by bringing you the freshest ingredients to cook and enjoy incredible seafood dishes at home! So go on, let us inspire you, take #AFreshApproachToSeafood.
Sustainable practices reach every corner of Fish for Thought and last year, we achieved something remarkable; becoming the first and only Online Seafood Business to deliver in fully-recyclable packaging!
Part of loving food is appreciating where it comes from, something that Fish for Thought has championed since the beginning. For many of us, collecting and eating wild food is a part of life, but for others, foraging is a food trend that has until recently, remained a mystery.
Are you consuming two portions of fish a week? Nearly half of us are falling short of the amount recommended by experts. Here are 5 ‘reely’ important reasons to up your intake.
We’re celebrating our fresh, new website with FREE DELIVERY* and by sharing a series of stories, special offers and chef exclusives.