Welcome to Seafood Cornwall

Fishing has always been integral to the Cornish way of life. Cornwall has 326 miles of coastline and 49 ports with a huge range of vessels sailing from the Cornish coast. The variety of seafood landed in Cornwall is staggering. From bass and haddock to crab, squid and scallops – 40 different species arrive on Cornish shores every day.

The Seafood industry is now a truly global market where quality is a key factor.  Therefore, Seafood Cornwall collaborates with the fishermen, harbour authorities and fish merchants so that every fish landed is of the highest quality standard possible.

fish of the month

Megrim Sole Ask many people in Cornwall what a Megrim (or Megrim sole) is and they’ll probably give you a blank look. Recent surveys by Seafood Cornwall found that over 70% of the Cornish public did not know what a megrim was – Find out more in our 'Fish of the month' section!

Eating Out

Cornish Accredited RestaurantsIf you’re going out to eat and you’re looking for the finest Cornish seafood, book a table at one of the restaurants recommended by Cornish Accredited Restaurants below:

Seafood Cornwall Blogs

David Stevens BlogA selection of blogs from the Cornish Fish Industry

Crystal Sea Fishing
Through the Gaps
Ajax AH32

Recipes by SEAFISH

seafish.gif Click the link below to take a look at the Seafish website – packed full of creative ideas for delicious, nutritious seafood meals, see:  Fish is the Dish

Contact us

Seafood Cornwall

50 The Strand
Newlyn, Penzance, Cornwall
TR18 5HW
Tel. 01736 364324

Cornish Fish Producers Organisation
The Cornish Fish Producers Organisation began in 1976 as a non-profit making co-operative, and today consists of 210 fishing vessel-owning members from all over Cornwall.
Supporting the local fishermen and keeping fish quotas within Cornwall
We are a group of fishermen who are passionate about the fish we catch and how we catch it and have developed this website and tagging scheme to provide guaranteed ‘hook to plate’ traceability.
Cornish fishermen and processors who came together in 2004 to agree common standards between themselves for catching, processing and marketing Cornish Sardines.