Fresh & Sustainable Seafood Coast To Home
Delicious Hand-Picked Seafood Direct From The Wild West Cornish Coast
SUSTAINABLE SEAFOOD BOXES
LANDED DAILY IN CORNWALL
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Popular Cornish Seafood
We could all use more sustainable seafood in our diets, not only because it’s delicious and diverse, but also because it’s good for us.
Any day may be fish day with our tantalising selection of fresh white, oily, and shellfish. Our delicious sustainable fish is obtained by local day boat fishermen, guaranteeing the highest restaurant grade seafood is delivered to your door in an ethical and sustainable manner.
Ultimate Seasonal Fish Indulgence Feast Box£95.00 Add to basket
Harenga Caviar – (55g)£29.99 Add to basket
Shellfish Indulgence Feast Box£100.00 Add to basket
Luxury Fish Pie Mix – (500g)£14.95 Add to basket
Shellfish Favourites Feast Box£65.00 Add to basket
Argentinian Wild Raw Pink Prawns – (800g)£18.95 Add to basket
Trout Portions x2 (180g)£9.95 Add to basket
Seasonal Fish Box For Two£30.00 Add to basket
Happy Sea Foodies
Coast To Home
We source the majority of our fresh fish from small independent fishermen and in-shore day boats.
Our fish is landed the day before we hand-prepare your order, ensuring we deliver the freshest possible fish that’s prepped for cooking.
Today's Fresh Catch
It all begins at sea. Each morning, we receive fresh fish from our trusted community of Cornish in-shore day boats.
We Prep & Pack
Your seafood is expertly filleted & prepared to order and packaged within a temperature controlled eco-friendly box.
Delivered To Home
Next Day UK Mainland Delivery, fresh seafood to your home within 48 hours of the day boat catch landing here in Cornwall.
Wild, Fresh & Fair
Founded in 2012, Wild Harbour Fish Company c/o Coast To Home is a destination for fish that is caught sustainably and in harmony with nature. We create links between ethical day boat fishermen who we know and trust, and with you, our customers.
Our ethics and values are deep-rooted to the core of our business. We passionately believe in producing wholesome natural food that has been grown with the respect of nature. Our principles have not changed for 10 years, and you can rest assured that we will continue to produce seafood that you can trust completely.
Ethical & Sustainable Seafood
We work alongside local fishermen, developing relationships that are still going strong nearly ten years later.
We ensure that the fish we buy is from the small, under 10 feet fleet, that use fishing methods, like hook and line, which have been in practice for hundreds of years and are proven to be sustainable. These smaller boats, usually only manned by a single fisherman, are also able to ensure the exceptional quality we demand by using the ‘slush ice method’ which bring the core temperature of fish down incredibly quickly, preserving that ‘just caught’ quality.
As well as supporting the most sustainable methods of inshore fishing, we’re committed to reducing our carbon footprint to help protect the local environment and sustain our planet. We are proud to have achieved carbon neutrality by estimating and offsetting its entire emissions through Carbon Neutral Britain through 2021. Wild Harbour has opted to offset through the Climate Fund, a non-profit organization that assists poor nations in combating climate change and alleviating poverty.
This healthy baked fish sandwich recipe eliminates the need for frying while maintaining all of the crispness. The wire rack ensures that the baked cod is crispy on all sides.
Flecked with scallions and bell pepper, these healthy crab cakes are as flavorful as their higher-fat counterparts. We brown them first on the stovetop and then finish them in a hot oven–no need for frying.
It may appear intimidating to roast a whole huge fish in a salt crust, but it’s actually fairly simple. It’s as simple as placing the fish on top of a salt bed and patting a layer of salt over it.