Grimsby, Europe's food town has a national fleet of over 100 quality fishmongers who follow a local authority strict code of practice
The code of practice lays out expectations from a legal perspective, governing hygiene, temperature and labeling, through to best practice and business administration, as well as species awareness.View Code of Practice
Health experts recommend we should eat two portions of fish every week, one of which should be an oily-rich fish such as sardines, mackerel, herring, fresh tuna, trout or salmon. Eating fish twice a week is a great way to improve your heart health!
Introducing seafood into a child's diet from an early age will not only provide them with important vitamins and minerals that they need to grow, but encourage a lifelong appreciation for this tasty and nutritious food.
With a link between omega-3 fats and heart health, it's unsurprising that some studies show omega-3 fats may help to improve our aerobic metabolism. Eating more oily fish is a tasty way to boost your intake of essential omega-3 fats.
Don't forget you can order as much or as little as you wish, there is no minimum order requirement and no obligation to order every week.Find a Fishmonger