All aboard for…… China

A few weeks ago, I had a whinge about exceptionally large factory trawlers raping the seas. I mentioned that it seemed that we were regressing rather than improving in the sustainability arena. And then some good news, and about boats as well.   We have discussed on many occasions the increasing demand for seafood as…

The next ‘little step’

I have recently written on the difference between wild caught fish and farmed, particularly as regards salmon. Being intimately involved in the seafood sustainability battle, I subscribe to many informative sites. For some reason, what seems to be on every one’s minds now, is plastic in seas and therefore in fish. This certainly is an…

Easter Delivery

Its taken sometime, but now after many requests Pacific Rich are starting home deliveries. Our best sellers in the supermarkets will be available along with seasonal specialities. WE hope that you will try us out on the build up to Easter. We will even give you 10% off for the whole of April, once you…

Brexit and our Oceans

In a few weeks the UK government’s fisheries bill will return to the House of Commons. The environment secretary, Michael Gove, has claimed that his plans enable the UK to “take back control” of its waters and establish a worldwide “gold standard” for sustainable fisheries. It is a crucial part of the government’s pledge to enhance protections…