TODAY'S FRESH DAY BOAT LANDINGS
The unique natural environment on the west coast of Cornwall and the in-shore fishermen who fish them is the fabric woven into the provenance of our wild, fresh & fair seafood.
We are committed to operating in an environmentally respectful way. The natural environment in which we source is central to ensuring a sustainable business and high-quality seafood. Robust environmental management procedures are integral to all our operations to ensure compliance with all relevant environmental legislation and driving continual improvement across the business. We appreciate our role as custodians of our natural environment. Considerable emphasis is placed on minimising the potential impact our activities could have on local ecosystems, biodiversity and wildlife.
We recognise our broader responsibility to engage, support and work collaboratively in our wider environment. We are involved in various local projects focusing on wild fish interests, including research and habitat. An example is our involvement in our ongoing work with our local fisherman to secure funding for more sustainable fishing equipment and educating consumers on the seasonality of fish species.
Passion, Dedication & Expertise
Our team & fisherman are at the heart of our business. Their passion, dedication and expertise are essential for producing the finest quality Cornish seafood.
As one of UK’s leading providers of wholesale seasonal fish and shellfish in Cornwall, we respect the role that sustainable fishing plays in the remote and rural areas in which we operate. We are committed to providing quality employment, developing staff, sourcing locally and engaging with local communities.
from sea to kitchen
wild harbour seafood
The clear waters of the Cornish coast are home to Britain’s finest seafood and shellfish. The daily catch from local day boats lands fresh Cornish crab and lobster, magnificent line-caught sea bass in season, mackerel, pollack, sole and plaice. Wonderful Cornish native oysters, mussels and hand dived king scallops. But with over 40 local species, from Cornish Sole to Sardines, the truth is we never know what the tide will bring in.