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Sustainable Cornish Seafood

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.

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Sand Sole

Sand Sole

Pegusa lascaris

Method: Demersal Trawl

Striped red mullet

Red mullet

Mullus surmuletus

Method: Gill Netting

White Monkfish

Monkfish, white

Lophius piscatorius

Method: Demersal Trawl

Hake by Sarah McCartney

Hake

Merluccius merluccius

Method: Gill Netting

Pacific oyster

Pacific oyster

Magallana gigas

Method: Farmed

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Meet the Fisherman

Jake Gilbert

Port: Newquay

Jake has been running Serene for the last 8 years and fishes sustainabily by potting for crabs and lobsters out of Newquay harbour.

 

 

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Chris Blamey

Chris Blamey

Port: Mevagissey

Chris Blamey fishes from the harbour of Mevagissey aboard the wooden multipurpose fishing vessel Galwad Y Mor. Between July and January he fishes for Cornish Sardines, using a ring net. For the rest of the year he targets Pollack using wreck nets and travels much further afield. 

 

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