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Five options for getting fresh fish delivered to your home

From the sea straight to your doorstep, here is five of the best ways to get fresh fish delivered to your home

Published: September 8, 2015
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Scotland has some of the best seafood anywhere in Europe and with all that wonderful fish around what can be better than eating it fresh?

We've taken the hassle out of visiting a fishmonger or your local supermarket and looked at the best ways to get fresh fish delivered straight to your door.

Coast & Glen FISHBOX

You know when a service offers to get fish from "the ocean to plate in less than 24 hours" that it must be good. Thankfully Fishbox actually delivers (pardon the pun) on their promise. The FISHBOXES are hand-picked daily by the Coast & Glen team and mostly feature only seasonal, 'straight from the boat' seafood.

Though you won't know what you'll get in each box, Coast & Glen provide a handy check list where you can tick off things you love, like or dislike so you only get things you'll enjoy.

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Best of all delivery is free and they deliver anywhere in Scotland, they also label all of their products to say where they have been caught so you'll always know the provenance of what you are eating.

Ferry Fish

It's always nice when you get let in on a secret and the residents of Galloway have a big one in Ferry Fish; they've been enjoying the finest quality fresh, smoked and shelled fish for two decades and now you can enjoy it too.

Offering wonderful seafood caught off the coast near Solway, most of their fish is hand-boned rather than machine filleted for a higher quality product.

They have an amazing range so you can buy anything from whiting fillets to hot smoked salmon and caviar.

CFayre

Peat smoked haddock. Picture: CFayre

Peat smoked haddock. Picture: CFayre

Based in Largs, CFayre is a family run fishmongers that will deliver straight to you some of the highest quality seafood the west coast has to offer.

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CFayre sell everything from shellfish to salmon, however it's their excellent range of smoked fish that is truly something to get excited about, particularly the peat smoked Haddock (pictured).

They deliver all across Scotland and their is no charge for delivery.

Eat Fish

If you wish to enjoy a more regular service then you can join Eat Fish and have the freshest seafood, caught locally, delivered regularly. You can choose between weekly, fortnightly or monthly deliveries and your Eat Fish box with 10 0r 15 delicious items per box.

Your delivery comes direct from local, sustainable sources and will be at your door within 36 hours of being caught.

Eat Fish only use sustainable sources and all fish comes deboned, skinned and filleted by hand by their expert fishmongers.

Their Flexiship pledge also means there is no minimum term and you can change your deliveries to suit your schedule.

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Fresh Food Express

Fresh Food express have teamed up with experienced specialist Fishmongers M.M Smith, who are based in Arbroath, to deliver some of the freshest fish from some of the best fishing areas in Scotland.

Being from Arbroath they also have access to the area's best smokehouse artisans and their famous Arbroath Smokies.

Matthew Smith, owner of M.M. Smith recommend eating their amazing Smokies "as is. No butter, lemon juice or cream is needed. The best smokies require no added ingredient. They should be juicy and sweet with a smokey after taste".

They also offer some amazing locally sourced crab, caught  in the icy cold waters near the Bellrock Lighthouse off the coast of Arbroath in the North East of Scotland by husband and wife team, Bob and Sharon Teviotdale, of Arbroath Quality Fish.

So wait are you waiting for? There's excellent Scottish seafood ready to be ordered and enjoyed.

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