Sustainable Swaps for Wild Halibut

The wild population of this giant, regal flatfish is in crisis. They can grow to a massive 4.7m so are favoured by fishermen, but do not reach sexual maturity until 10-14 years of age, so most fish landed have not had the chance to reproduce. They are overfished and highly vulnerable.

Instead we recommend the outstanding farmed halibut from the Scottish isle of Gigha. This incredible place has mastered the crafted of farming these stunning fish without impacting the marine environment. Farming fish can often be very damaging - this isn't. It is world class and the halibut produced as is outstanding as you would get from the wild, but without the impact. Perfect!