How to store your fish

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You have received your fish. What do you do with it now?

1. Open the box and remove the clear plastic pouch containing your shipping documents - It contains your itemised invoice so that you can check your order.

2. If there appears to be any external damage to your box, please sign for it as “damaged”, if however, it is damaged but was delivered without being signed for, please inform us as soon as possible.

3. Unpack your box, checking the items on your invoice, and put the contents straight into your fridge or freezer, after packing in portions, as per the instructions below.

4. Recycle, re-use or discard the packaging. A handy “how to” guide is included in your shipping documents pack.

Recommended storage of your fish

Once fully cooked, foods can be frozen and used within one month to obtain the maximum taste and nutrition. The recommended frozen shelf life for fish and shellfish in a domestic freezer* is

Oily fish (including herring and salmon): 4 months
White fish, (including cod and haddock): 8 months
Flat fish, (including sole and plaice): 10 months
Prawns, lobster, crab: 6 months
Clams, oysters: 4 months
*Source: Leeds University