The Big Prawn Company has active involvement with all of our suppliers. We constantly audit and ensure that the standards are as high as we expect. Our sourcing manager, Nick Neeld, recently travelled to our Madagascar … Read More »
The Big Prawn Company sources scallops from Guaynuma Bay within Peru. Guaynuma Bay is a large bay that idyllic for scallop farming.
The Big Prawn Company sources our delicious lobsters in Canada. We employ a number of different conservation techniques to ensure that these lobsters are sustainably sourced with great consideration to the environment.
Big Prawn’s sourcing manager, Nick Neeld, recently travelled to South America in search of new fisheries. On this trip to South America, Nick was searching for the best fishery in Argentina for red shrimp.
In a small remote village, surrounded by estuaries and rivers in the north west of Madagascar, is the Besakoa farm. This farm, located in the desert, is where we source our delicious Madagascan Tiger Prawns.
As almost a third of the food in the world is thrown away, Craig McKnight is passionate about reducing food waste. Craig tells us all the benefits of “nose to tail” eating with prawns.
The Gills Gals, Becky and Gemma, always try and find the tastiest seafood that support sustainability. Read their easy sustainable swaps to help your seafood choices.
The Big Prawn Company has always cared about the ethical sourcing and environmentally sustainability of all of our products. For us, it is more than a certificate or accreditation.
We source our high quality Mussels from Danish waters from the company Vislund Blue. These beautiful mussels go through a stringent process to ensure you only receive the best and sustainable produce.