Ranked No 1. for sustainability by the Ethical Consumer and Greenpeace Australia, Fish4Ever have continually set the bar for environmentally friendly, and fair, fishing. At Fish4Ever, we put small boats first, supporting local communities and avoiding by-catch. This means our canned fish is not only great quality, but ethically sound and sustainable.

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Skipjack Tuna

Our Spikjack Tuna has been rated a world beating 89% by Greenpeace. Fished in the Azores, we add only high quality, natural and organic ingredients. Canned fish you can trust.

 

 

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Our posh tuna includes yellowfin or albacore tuna, cut into steaks. Pole and line fished by local boats in Senegal and Namibia, we always avoid areas where illegal fishing and the catching of juveniles is rife. Try our range in Organic Olive or Sunflower Oil.

 

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Recently celebrity chef Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall claimed that he gets ‘nervous when I’m down to my last tin of [fish4ever] anchovies’. Our anchovies come from Sicily in Italy and are available boxed or in jars.

 

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Sardines

Fished in the Bay of Biscay by a small fleet of boats, our sardines are high in Omega 3. Our sauces include sunflower oil, extra virgin olive oil with lemon, and a tomato sauce.

 

 

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Salmon

Our Wild Alaskan Salmon is available both with skin and bones left in and without. Described by one customer as “delicious just by itself,” salmon really is a fish favourite and we go all the way to Alaska to fish the best quality salmon. The taste and texture really is nothing like the kind of salmon found in supermarkets.

 

 

Mackerel

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Our Mackerel is fished by local boats off the coast of Portugal. But we don’t stop there. We have three flavours available: spicy tomato sauce, garlic sauce, and mustard sauce, all of which are hugely popular even with non-mackerel lovers! We also have mackerel fillets available in organic sunflower oil, and a Scottish mackerel in spring water.

 

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