Why frozen makes sense

  • Frozen salmon

    Our fish is fast frozen within hours of harvest

  • Delicious healthy salmon

    Frozen fillets can be used straight from the freezer

Make more of your freezer, stock up with some BigFish products and enjoy healthier eating, any day of the week.

We love frozen because it makes it easy to enjoy more fish, more often. And if you've got some of our BigFish products in the freezer, you're never more than a few minutes away from cooking up a delicious, nutritious meal. Frozen really can be 'fresher than fresh' because our fish is frozen within hours of being harvested, locking in freshness, nutrition and flavour ready for when you take it out of your home freezer.

Also, making better use of your freezer is a great way to cut down on food waste as you're much less likely to throw frozen food away.  Just take as out as much or as little as you need, when you need it.

And don't forget salmon is good for you too The UK Government's  advice is that all of us should try to eat at least two portions of fish a week, one of which should be an oily fish such as salmon or trout. These species are rich in Vitamin D and particularly high in long-chain omega-3 fatty acids, which may help to keep your heart healthy. 

More information about why oily fish is good for your health on the Live Well website.

Salmon and trout are rich in omega3 - good for healthy heart, skin, eyes and brain development

Freezing is nature's way of preserving food, without artificial additives

Our fast-freezing locks in all the freshness, nutritional quality and flavour of 'just caught' fish

With longer storage times, frozen means nothing is wasted, use just what you need, when you need it

Cut food miles - fish in the freezer means fewer trips to the supermarket

Frozen is value for money, always in season and helps to reduce food waste and costs

  • “Salmon, trout, mackerel, sardines and herring are all examples of oily fish. Oily fish are high in long-chain omega-3 fatty acids, which may help to prevent heart disease and a good source of vitamin D. A healthy diet should include at least two portions of fish a week, including one of oily fish. Most of us aren't eating this much. ”

    UK Government (NHS Choices Live Well website)