Not only is seafood delicious, it's also one of the healthiest things you can put on your plate.
The Fish is the Dish initiative by Seafish was designed as a hard-working digital campaign to showcase to families that fish is a healthy, quick and easy choice to feed the family. We aim to get more people eating more seafood more often!
Seafood Week is an annual campaign aimed at getting more people to eat more fish more often. Seafish runs the eight-day celebration every October and highlights the variety and quality of fish and shellfish on offer in the UK. The campaign is co-ordinated by Seafish as a flexible platform for businesses and organisations from across the industry and throughout the supply chain to get involved.
Judges will be looking for clear evidence of the responsible sourcing of sustainable raw ingredients, successful fish and shellfish promotion on menus, excellent levels of product knowledge, and examples of how customers are encouraged to eat fish and shellfish.
Now in their 29th year, the National Fish & Chip Awards continue to recognise and reward businesses producing the best fish and chips across the UK.
As well as offering great flavours and tonnes of variety, seafood will help to keep you in good health.
Research has shown that our eating habits are already formed by the age of five, when we enter mainstream schools. Currently only 24.3% of seven-11 year olds across the UK eat two pieces of fish a week - the recommended minimum.
The 2014 Seafish Seafood Guide is a comprehensive 64-page guide to fish and shellfish available in the UK.
With thousands of species of fish and shellfish inhabiting the world's oceans and rivers, it's no surprise that buying seafood can be overwhelming.
Grilling, frying, poaching; there are many options to choose from when it comes to cooking your perfect fish fillet, but preparing seafood is delightfully simple.
Enjoy Fish & Chips is here to offer fish and chip businesses more insight than ever before about fish and chips with Great Britain's biggest ever fish and chips research study.