Grimsby Girl

May 19th, 2017

Coming soon – a new film about Grimsby with some proper Northern humour!

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Last year we were delighted to support the production of Grimsby Girl, a dark, humorous and feel good short film where the bad guys get their comeuppance and the good girls kick ass!

Written and produced by local lass, Niya Hill, it offers a brilliantly different perspective on our home town, fighting all the negative perceptions and flying in the face of all those Grimsby clichés.

The film is now in post-production and the Grimsby Girl team are hoping to raise enough money through a final crowdfunding effort to send it on a tour of festivals.  You can read more about it on the Grimsby Girl website.

We can’t wait for the opening night!

It’s a family affair!

May 15th, 2017

This month the BigFish team were delighted to welcome another member of the Coulbeck family to the company team.

Jack Coulbeck has joined JCS Fish as commercial manager, strengthening the company’s commercial function in a year when the business is anticipating continued growth and the launch of a number of new products in its Big Fish Brand salmon range.

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Piri Piri salmon with tzatziki and spring greens

May 11th, 2017

A lovely fresh dish for spring that showcases our great tasting gluten-free Piri Piri salmon.

 This recipe tastes good, is easy to do and full of healthy green vegetables.  You can use ready-made tzatziki or try our simple recipe to make your own!
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The Romance of the Docks – Part 2

May 2nd, 2017

In 1968, I joined Marine Diesel Services as ‘office manager.’ But I hated being cooped up in my office and would jump at any and every opportunity to flee my ‘cell’. So, when the collective tummies of the three of us employed there (myself, Margaret Tuplin and Kathy Lees) started to rumble, I would volunteer to make the short walk to the famous Jubilee Café, which thankfully still exists. 17.01.20 Sunset3.1 Read the rest of this entry »

Celebrating the Easter fish tradition

April 13th, 2017

For many of us, Easter seems like a natural time to enjoy some salmon or other kinds of fish. Like many of our traditions, this originates in the Church when Good Friday – a black day in the Church calendar – was so also decreed a day of fasting.Louise Coulbeck handing out a fish parcel to factory op, Scott Read the rest of this entry »

Celebrating Scottish Salmon

March 21st, 2017

We were delighted last week to join 100 delegates from the Scottish salmon industry to celebrate the 25th anniversary of farmed Scottish salmon being awarded ‘Label Rouge’ status by the French government.

When this happened, way back in 1992, salmon was the very first fish and the first non-French product ever to be awarded Label Rouge, which is a prestigious accolade that indicates superior taste and quality.

Invited to the Label Rouge

At the event, everyone – be they farmers or processors – was very passionate about farmed salmon and there were some great discussions about the industry, past, present and future. The day’s meeting was followed by an evening event at Edinburgh Castle, when of course we all enjoyed some fine Scottish salmon!

Read more about the event here.“A memorable event and a chance for us to meet colleagues old and new. As well as thinking about the future, it was great to reflect on the excellent progress of the Scottish salmon industry, which we were reminded has now been running for nearly 50 years.” Andrew Coulbeck, managing director

Women in seafood: International Women’s Day 2017

March 8th, 2017

On #InternationalWomensDay our director, Louise Coulbeck, has spoken out for women in the seafood industry.

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Louise, who co-founded JCS Fish Limited in 2000, is one of a number of leading women in the seafood industry who feature as part of the new Seafish ‘Women in Seafood‘ campaign, launched today as part of International Women’s Day.

International Women’s Day 2017 is highlighting its #BeBoldforChange campaign, which aims to forge a more inclusive and equal working world for women.   In support of this, Seafish has interviewed a number of senior women in seafood about their experiences, aspirations and hopes for the industry.

Read Louise’s story here

“I think you need real diversity at the top. I’d encourage more businesses to consider the merits of what women can bring to their operations to ensure we are utilising all the great talent that is out there. ” Louise Coulbeck, Director

Sponsoring Dawn in The Arctic Walk 2017

February 27th, 2017

We all know how cold it’s been here in the UK over the past few months, so we can sort of sympathise with Dawn Kirman, who spent 2 days skiing 26 miles across the Arctic Circle… Well, no maybe it’s not that similar. Dawn Kirman in her snowy Arctic Challenge Read the rest of this entry »

One for the dinner party: Salmon or Sea Trout pâté

December 20th, 2016

Quick, easy and oh-so-simple to put together for a festive dinner party starter or as part of an entertaining buffet occasion.  This recipe works equally well with BigFish Brand Natural or Organic salmon fillets or our new Sea Trout.trout-pate-1 Read the rest of this entry »

Festive recipe: Seasonal Sticky Salmon with Roasted Sprouts

December 20th, 2016

This is warming, tasty dish for the colder winter months.  The sprouts add a festive touch that makes this perfect for serving as a lighter alternative to traditional Christmas and New Year dishes!sticky-maple-with-sprouts-and-chickpeas-3 Read the rest of this entry »