People naturally love a one-size-fits-all approach to dieting. However, as with most nutrition-related subjects, the low-carb, high-protein approach just isn’t as simple as it sounds.
Whether or not we should stop eating tuna due to sustainability is not a simple yes-or-no question: it depends on the source of the tuna.
Lovely, healthy fish is a fantastic source of protein, typically low in fat, and can will provide many different vitamins and minerals.
By changing our fish-buying habits we can make the most of our money, reduce food waste, and even create tastier meals. Here are our favourite fish ideas.
Oily fish are an healthy part of a balanced diet. Check out these quick, delicious and easy sardines recipes and ideas
Olley’s are a fabulous example of what can be achieved by a restaurant with determination, vision and willingness to learn.
Christmas is a torrid time for the humble fishmonger, so your sudden urge to have a wild sea bass or brill for the big meal may not be easy.
Whether it’s tasty little smoked morsels on blinis as canapés or a magnificent fresh side on a platter, salmon and parties go hand in hand.
There are so many ways of getting the kids interested in fish and seafood beyond the familiar fish fingers and chips. Find some ideas here!
Matthew explains what he believes to be the three key contributors to the incredibly difficult summer the UK mussel industry has had this year.