Where, How? Fish4Ever Catch to Can Traceability 

Our use of small boats, and other sustainability choices, mean that we have excellent product traceability. With a maximum of four steps between catch to can, Fish 4 Ever fish is better for you, better for the fisherman and their communities and better for the environment.

 

TUNA

SARDINES

ANCHOVIES

SALMON

MACKEREL

SPECIAL RANGE

Tuna
 

Products

Fished Where?

Fished How?

Map / FAO Zone

Packed Where?

Skipjack Tuna Chunks in spring water Fished in the Azores without use of FADs by targeting sea corridors between the islands that skipjack visit annually for feed during a migration further North when waters are warmed. Azores skipjack is caught with low
baitfish use from sources of baitfish that are generally well stocked. The high bait to catch ratio is audit under a government fisheries program.
Fished by up to 20 named locally owned and manned boats with pole and lines, landed almost immediately fresh from the catch. FAO X.a.2 / 34.II Azores, Portugal
Skipjack Tuna Chunks in brine
Skipjack Tuna Steaks in spring water
Skipjack Tuna Steaks in olive oil
Yellowfin Tuna fish in brine Our yellowfin tuna is fished within the territorial waters of Senegal by either locally owned and operated boats or by locally based foreign-owned boats, registered and under the jurisdiction of Dakar.
We use pole and line boats within the coastal waters of Senegal. Both skipjack and yellowfin are caught.

 
 FAO X.a.2 / 34.II


the Azores Islands, Portugal -Northeast - Middle East Atlantic
Yellowfin Tuna fish in Organic Olive Oil FAO X.a.2 / 34.II
Yellowfin Tuna fish in Organic Sunflower Oil FAO X.a.2 / 34.II
White Tuna fish in Organic Olive Oil Fished to the West of the coast of Namibia during the migration of white tuna to that part of the seas (from around January to April/May) We source mostly from  one pole and line boat called the South West Tern but occasionally pick extra stock from other pole and line boats in South Africa  FAO 47 B1-C1. S Atlantic off the coast of Namibia and South Africa
White Tuna fillets in Organic Olive Oil
White Tuna Ventresca in Organic Olive Oil



Sardines – Scotland, Galicia, Brittany
 

Products

Fished Where?

Fished How?

Map / FAO Zone

Packed Where?

Scottish Brisling Sardines in Spring Water  In the North of Scotland near the Coastline Fished with small purse seine nets. FAO 27. VIa

off the coast of Scotland
This is the same stock of sardines with the same method as the MSC certified Brittany fishery. (Ours is fished ICES zone VIIIb and the MSC Brittany fleet is in zone VIIIa).
Whole Sardines in Organic  Sunflower Oil Fished in the Bay of Biscay by a small fleet of boats that are based in a port near Santander on the Northern Spanish coast.
We use a small fleet of "day boats" who fish with small purse seine nets that are set on schools of sardines - boats leave at night and return in the morning
FAO 27.VII.e / VIII.a-b VIIIa Brittany, France
Whole Sardines in Organic Olive Oil & Lemon
Whole Sardines in Organic Tomato Sauce
MSC certified Brittany fishery based.
Filleted sardines in organic sunflower oil  Fished off the coast of Brittany (at the very tip of France) by a small fleet of colourful local day boats We use a small fleet of "day boats" who fish with small purse seine nets that are set on schools of sardines - boats leave at night and return in the morning FAO 27.VII.e / VIII.a-b VIIIa. Brittany, France



Anchovies
 

Products

Fished Where?

Fished How?

Map / FAO Zone

Packed Where?

Anchovy fillets in Organic Olive Oil Fish4Ever anchovies are fished variously south of Sicily towards the foot of Italy and down to Tunisia. Purse seine nets are set on dense schools of anchovy by small local boats. FAO 37.2.2 Sicily, Italy
Anchovy Fillets in cold pressed, extra virgin, organic olive oil
Anchovy Fillets in cold pressed, extra virgin, organic olive oil (Bulk)



Salmon
 

Products

Fished Where?

Fished How?

Map / FAO Zone

Packed Where?

Wild Pacific Pink Salmon Wild salmon is a mixed sea and river fish. Salmon are born in river beds and head out to sea (in the Pacific Ocean in the case of Alaskan fish) for a couple of years returning to the very same river bed, in one massive rush of fish, after a couple of years at sea. Salmon return to the very same rivers and river beds to spawn and then die. A variety of boats and methods are used – principally purse - seine nets, gillnets and trolls. All of these methods are highly targeted methods for this fishery. FAO Zone 67 USA
Wild Pacific Red Salmon
Wild Alaskan Pink Salmon with No Skin and Bones Alaskan Coast



Mackerel
 

Products

Fished Where?

Fished How?

Map / FAO Zone

Packed Where?

Scottish Mackerel in spring water To the North of Scotland following the autumn migration from North East to North West Scotland above the Irish Sea, up to Faroe Islands.






 
Fished by mid water pelagic trawls by fairly large industrial boats in a well controlled industry with minimal by-catch and very little Interaction with cetaceans. Boats spot vast fishing schools with GPS equipment and the net is then pulled or dragged through the school between two boats until filled and the catch hauled aboard. FAO 27. VIa




FAO27 Xb2



FAO Zone 9A


off the coast of Scotland, UK







 
Mackerel fillet in organic sunflower oil North East Atlantic
 
Mackerel in Mustard sauce
(Scomber Colias)

Mackerel in Garlic sauce
(Scomber Colias)

Mackerel in Spicy Tomato sauce (Scomber Colias)
Known as Southern mackerel, Scomber Colias, this is a different species of Mackerel fished for us by one boat off the coast of Portugal. We wanted to do our bit to help out at a difficult time for the Portugese small scale fishing industry and pack a fish that is widely available. Fished by local boats using a small purse seine net set on dense schools of mackerel schools not far from the coast of Portugal (same method as sardines).  Boats leave at night and return at dawn.  This is a different species of mackerel to that found North of Scotland and is known as Atlantic chub mackerel
(scomber colias).  

Stocks are said to be in a healthy condition.
Off the coast of Portugal- North East Atlantic



Special Range
 

Products

Fished Where?

Fished How?

Map / FAO Zone

Packed Where?

Razor clams in brine Harvested off the coast of Galicia Harvested by hand with clam shovels in the rich "rias" (river estuaries) of Galicia. Never by mechanical diggers or electric shocking-which is illegal! FAO 27 VIIIc
Atlantic coast- Galicia- Northern Spain
Squid Pieces in Marinade Giant squid from the coast off Peru. Fished individually by hand from small platform-like boats with a line that drops to the depth of the sea and a hook. Peru
White Tuna Steaks in Organic olive OIl Fished to the West of the coast of Namibia during the migration of white tuna to that part of the seas (from around January to
April/May)
We source mostly from one pole and line boat called the South West Tern but occasionally pick extra stock from other pole and line boats in South Africa FAO 47 B1-C1.
S Atlantic off the coast of Namibia and South Africa
White Tuna Ventresca fillets in Organic Olive Oil
Seafood Cocktail in organic olive oil Giant squid tentacles fished off the coast of peru, cold water prawns from Iceland and organic mussels grown in Galicia Misc Peru
Galicia, Northern Spain

 
 
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