Our Fish for Life sustainability programme is the way we seek to improve our impact in everything we do, from sea to plate. We believe in doing the right thing for people and the planet, now and for generations to come. Click ‘Fish for Life’ at the top of the page for more information.Read more
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No hydrogenated fats are used in the manufacture of our products.Read more
Strictly speaking no, all our products contain fish and therefore cannot be marketed as suitable for vegetarians. However apart from the ‘fish’ element many of our products are suitable for vegetarians who eat fish. If you are unsure please call our freephone number 0800 496 8647 Monday to Friday, between the hours of 9.00am and…Read more
None of our products have Halal approved certification.Read more
All Young’s products are manufactured in production units where no nuts are present.Read more
Due to seasonal variations in the supply of fish, the type of whitefish used can change. Most commonly used whitefish are Alaska pollock, Pacific & Atlantic cod, hoki & hake.Read more
As well as tasting delicious, fish is good for you. The UK government advice is to eat two portions of seafood a week – one of which should be oily. That’s because seafood is really good for you, and contains many vitamins and minerals that the body needs to function properly.Read more
It is recommended that all of our frozen products are cooked from frozen. If however, you have purchased a chilled product and have frozen it, please follow the cooking guidelines printed on each pack. Should you require any additional guidance or information, please do not hesitate to contact our Careline 0800 496 8647 Monday-Friday, between…Read more
We catch our scampi in the waters around the British Isles.Read more
Scampi is a crustacean – its Latin name is Nephrops norvegicus (commonly known as Dublin Bay Prawns, Norwegian Lobster or Langoustine). Breaded scampi is produced by peeling the scampi tail, and coating in breadcrumbs.Read more