Billingsgate Seafood School to host Sustainable Fish and Shellfish event

30 October 2012
Billingsgate Seafood School to host Sustainable Fish and Shellfish event

On Wednesday 21 November, Billingsgate Seafood School will host its annual Sustainable Fish and Shellfish event which includes the final of the Billingsgate Sustainable Seafood Award 2012.

Short presentation from the final participants including: Norwegian MSC Cod; King Scallops; MSC Herring; British Tilapia; Alaska Salmon and Welsh Sea Bass will be judged in part by attendees casting their votes on the day after a brunch and lunch.

More than 100 trade professionals will help to decide on the most sustainable seafood, from chefs and buyers, to technical managers and fishmongers.

The day offers a great opportunity to network with industry experts, take part in Q&A sessions and discover more about sustainability in the fish and seafood market.

To attend contact the Billingsgate Seafood School on 020 7517 3548. Cost is £25 per person and doors open at 8am, with the presentation of the Award taking place at 3.15pm to close the day.

By Lisa Jenkins

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