There is an array of different seafood landed to Cornish ports; it is healthy and affordable when in season yet current research shows that two thirds of the population are not eating the recommended two portions of fish per week. Cornwall is fortunate to have some of the most sustainable seafood in the world, however much of it is exported, adding unnecessarily to the carbon footprint. With Brexit looming, now is a great time to get local seafood back onto the menu and the Cornwall Good Seafood Guide makes it easy for the public and those in the food industry to seek out local sustainable seafood.
There is increasing concern from consumers as to the origins and sustainability of our food, and it is a complex issue. However, Cornwall Wildlife Trust make this information readily accessible through the excellent Cornwall Good Seafood Guide website, featuring information on the best seafood choices to make, where to buy it and plenty of simple and inspiring recipes.