November coming up fast!

November coming up fast!
Flying Fish Seafoods

Flying Fish Seafoods

Standard Supplier 30th October 2012

November coming up fast!

So we are coming into November fast!
What’s ready available at the moment is Hake as this amazing fish is being landed in Newlyn its gill netted by the day boats and landed daily, please bear in mind that the only problem is that for 1 week out of the month they disappear as the netters can’t get the nets deep enough to catch them on the spring tides! We strongly advise that you don’t put hake on your Christmas menus, as a vast majority of fish is exported to Spain for their festive season - this is turn drives the price sky high!
Hand line cod is starting to be landed and these beasts can be caught as large as 10kg! Also hand line Pollock are going to start to come to their very best right now. Often from Newlyn we source the very best hand line fish which is tagged. These fish are amazing! When buying your tagged hand line fish you can fully trace where and when it was caught! Here is the link:
Loch duart salmon
This fish is as close to organic as you will get
Best practice' is the principle applied to Loch Duart salmon at every stage of rearing, harvesting and supply - a sustainable and environmentally-responsible approach which defines a long term role for aquaculture as an essential and viable part of the food supply chain of the future.
Jumbo skate or ray wings as we call them are very good at the moment we always buy the sustainable ones (from day boats) to help retain stock levels.
Hand-picked crab meat!
 Here at flyingfish we have access to fresh picked white crab meat on the same road as us!  We have the choice of white crab, brown crab, dressed crab, crab bones for stock? All cooked and picked fresh on site.
All our fish is fully traceable!
Why not try something different as we stock cod cheeks, monk cheeks, cod tongues & fresh whitebait
Shellfish department we hold beautiful jumbo cockles, mussels (from the St Austell bay deep sea from “A” grade waters), oysters (from the Fal River),   Handpicked Razor clams, live creel caught langoustines and fantastic scallops diver caught.

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