WIN a €100 One4All voucher to celebrate National Fish Week!

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    Kid-Friendly Fish Pie

    It’s National Fish Week (15th – 21st February) and Donegal Catch is encouraging Irish households to eat more fish. Easy to prepare and helping to reduce food waste, there’s a great range of Donegal Catch products to choose from!  

    From the finest Atlantic Salmon Fillets to King Prawns, family favourites of Fish Fingers and Breaded Cod, the Donegal Catch frozen fish range is versatile, easy to prepare, naturally high in protein and full of vitamins.

    Working closely with fish suppliers to bring great tasting fish and supporting responsible fishing practices, the Donegal Catch frozen range is fully traceable back to the boat. For Irish haddock, whiting and hake, Donegal Catch are engaging in a Bord Iascaigh Mhara (BIM) backed Fishery Improvement Project (FIP), which focuses on improving the sustainability of these Irish fisheries. Donegal Catch procure haddock, whiting and hake from a number of Irish co-ops and fishermen who are part of the Fishery Improvement Project.

    In a recent Kantar report last year an additional 24,000 Irish households shopped for frozen fish, totalling a value of €10.5 million to the frozen fish category. Irish consumers are recognising the health benefits of consuming more fish as its low-fat, a good source of protein and vitamins in particular omega-3 fats. Easy to prepare and helping to reduce food waste, frozen fish such as  Donegal Catch is the perfect option for a busy household.

    This National Fish Week why not pop into your trolley some of the newest and favourite products in the Donegal Catch range, available in supermarkets nationwide.

    For more information and some delicious recipes, click here.

    To celebrate National Fish Week, Donegal Catch is giving away a €100 One4All voucher. For a chance to win, just answer the easy question below.

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