What is the British fish?
The fish of choice for us Brits is normally cod or haddock, but many vendors now offer an array of delicious fish, such as pollock and plaice. The juicy fish fillets are encased in mouth-watering batter.
What fish do Brits eat?
UK consumers prefer cod and haddock. We eat these fish more than any other nation. This is the fish served most often in our fish & chip shops. Most of this comes from the Icelandic, Norwegian and Barents Seas, where around one twelfth of the total is caught by the British trawler Kirkella.
What is the most sustainable fish UK?
Mackerel is such a fantastic UK fish and when it’s ‘handline-caught’, it’s at its most sustainable. This fishing method is low impact, primarily used by small, under 10 metre boats; it doesn’t impact the seabed nor is there a significant problem with bycatch.
Are catfish native to UK?
The Wels catfish is Europe’s largest freshwater fish and is not indigenous to the UK. They have no natural predators in Britain, can grow up to eight feet long and feed on fish, small mammals and waterfowl.