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Remember to go green and choose Fish to Eat! Check seafood labels closely to see where and how your fish was produced.

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Alfonsino

Beryx spp.

Alfonsinos are deep-water species belonging to a family of fish known as Berycidae or sawbellies. There are 2 species of alfonsinos - Beryx decadactylus (Red bream or alfonsino) and Beryx splendens (G... read more

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Bass, seabass (Caught at sea)

Dicentrarchus labrax

Bass or seabass belongs to a family of spiny-finned fish called Moronidae, which are closely related to groupers. Bass breed from March to mid-June, mostly in April, in British coastal and offshore wa... read more

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Black scabbardfish

Aphanopus carbo

Scabbardfish (also called cutlassfish) are active, fast-swimming predators that live on or close to the seabed at depths from 200 to 1700 m. Compared to other deep-water species they are considered to... read more

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Bream, Red seabream, Blackspot seabream

Pagellus bogaraveo

Red seabream belong to the family Sparidae. They are a bentho-pelagic species, inhabiting depth ranges from 300 to 700m throughout the eastern Atlantic and western Mediterranean. They are hermaphrodit... read more

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Clam, Razor, clams

Ensis spp.

Razor clams are bivalve molluscs. There are 6 species found in British intertidal waters. 2 are of commercial importance, namely Ensis siliqua and E arcuatus. E directus was introduced to European wat... read more

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