The Big Prawn Company is proud to announce that our supplier, Deyan Aquatic Products & Food Co. Ltd. is the world’ first company to offer two-star BAP crayfish from the Global Aquaculture Alliance. Despite the COVID-19 … Read More »
First founded as the Oyster Merchants’ and Planters’ Association in 1903, and renamed the Shellfish Association of Great Britain in 1969, the SAGB is the shellfish industry’s trade body in the UK. Its membership is composed … Read More »
The Big Prawn Company has recently collaborated with The Happy Prawn company on our new Bornean Black Tiger Prawns in support of the BOSF. Big Prawn has been working closely with The Happy Prawn Company for … Read More »
You may have noticed on various packages for fish there are MSC and ASC stickers, but do you know what they actually mean and what’s the difference between the two? Simply put, both of these certificates … Read More »
Aquaculture is essentially the farming of fish, crustaceans, molluscs, and other organisms. This involves cultivating freshwater and saltwater population under controlled conditions. There are many benefits to aquaculture to our environment and fish. Why we need … Read More »
At Big Prawn, we source our clams from the Ben Tre fishery in Vietnam. This fishery is dedicated to ensuring sustainable seafood whilst also providing a better life for the community.
Craig McKnight conjures up more tasty dishes reducing as much seafood waste as he can with this Spanish style rice with plenty of spice.
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 Madagascar in … 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 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.