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  • Funding schemes for the UK seafood industry

    This page has information on some grants and funds that are available to UK seafood and marine businesses.
  • Press Office and Media Content

    Our Communications team is here to help with questions and requests from the media. Get in touch for support.
  • Working with us

    We were named one of the best Not for Profit organisations to work for in 2020 by Times 100. Find out about our benefits, vacancies and tenders.
  • Head of Economics, Insight and Advice

    An amazing opportunity to join us as our Head of Economics, Insight and Advice. Read the job description and find out how to apply.
  • Marketing Officer

    An exciting opportunity to join our Communications team and to play a central role in managing the evolution of our comms channels and content.
  • Who we are and what we do

    Seafish supports the seafood sector in the UK to help it thrive. We work with everyone involved in the seafood journey from catch to plate.
  • Businesses and people supported by Seafish

    We support lots of seafood businesses who use our services, advice and campaigns. Read stories from some of the people we’ve recently helped.
  • The Clark brothers' story

    International Fish Canners produce quality canned mackerel and sardine products. Find out how our marketing work helped them with their customers.
  • Sarah the fisherwoman and businesswoman's story

    When the Covid-19 crisis hit the fishing industry last year, Sarah moved quickly to find a new market for their fish. Find out how we helped.
  • Mark the Skipper's story

    Mark is a relief skipper on the FV Chloe Ella. Find out how our training support helped him in to take the courses he needed to do his dream job.
  • Bob the restaurant owner's story

    Bob McCoubrey owns Mourne Seafood and the Belfast Cookery School. Find out how we work locally with businesses to help them and the regions thrive.
  • The Seafish levy

    Seafish is funded by a levy on the first sale of seafood products in the UK, including imported seafood. This page explains who pays and how much.