The Norwich campaign is coordinated by Slow Food East Anglia, and they need your help! If you are a food-serving business in Norwich, please sign the pledge and help your city to become a Sustainable Fish City, or contact slowfnorwich@gmail.com for more information.

The following food-serving organisations in Norwich have signed the Sustainable Fish City pledge for their fish buying, also promising to promote sustainable fish to their staff and customers.

 

Local authorities and schools

This city has no pledgees in this category. Be the first organisation to pledge.

 

Hospitals

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Universities

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Workplaces

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Restaurants and iconic businesses

Taylor's Smokery
Taylor's Smokery was set up in 2015 by Chris Taylor, a passionate trout fisherman who started a cold fish smoking business after retiring from the police service. Chris hand prepares and smokes sustainable trout using responsibly sourced oak wood shavings. This partnership preserves the fantastic health benefits of trout whilst producing a delicate flavour. Taylor’s Smokery was the first business in Norwich to take the Sustainable Fish Cities pledge; committing to smoke and use sustainable fish and resources to produce good quality, nutritional food.

Sustainable Fish: A campaign to protect precious marine environments and fishing livelihoods, and call for fish to be bought from sustainable sources. We want to show what can be done if people and organisations make a concerted effort to change their buying habits.

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