Health

  • 13th April 2021 Beat the home office blues with virtual lunch meetings!

    For the last 12 months, more and more companies embraced letting their employees work from home to keep them safe and the operation going. This has of course its upsides like a radically reduced commute (all of 15 seconds, give or take?), being in your own environment without distractions from... Read more
  • 5th May 2020 Eating fish - supporting your immune system

    In these uncertain times, more than ever, people are worried about their health and hence are looking for ways to support their immune system. Did you know that seafood, both fish and shellfish, provides essential nutrients to the body? Those nutrients keep the immune health functioning as it... Read more
  • 6th August 2018 Waste easily avoided - Two super soups with Irish Salmon

    Last year, consumers spent £78.2 million pounds on fresh soup in the UK. Instead of buying ready-made, how about making your own beautiful fresh soup? Smoked salmon has a rich and complex flavour that will enhance any soup and broth - it will taste fresher than a shop bought alternative, as i... Read more
  • 18th July 2018 The health benefits of Seaweed and how to make the most of them

    This month's special offer (which we send to the subscribers - and is exclusively available - by our monthly email newsletter) promotes our Burren Smoked Irish Organic Salmon with Seaweed, our most successful and multi- award-winning salmon marinade to date. This made us think about the health be... Read more
  • 4th April 2018 Salmon: A Superfood for All Seasons

    Did you know that interest in superfoods has grown by 202% over the past five years? The new millennium as a whole has brought innovations in technology, as well as a heightened interest in health. “You are what you eat,” has never been truer than right now, with studies indicating... Read more

  • 20th October 2017 Avoid malnutrition - get your vitamin D!

    Avoiding Malnutrition In Later Life

    Vitamin D becomes especially difficult for our bodies to produce over time which leads to less bone density, increasing the risk of health problems such as arthritis and osteoporosis. Eating oily fish is the best way to ensure y... Read more

  • 8th June 2014 Omega-3 goodness revealed!

    It is old news that omega-3 oils are good for the body, and that fish contains a lot of it. We wanted to know a bit more. So we set out to have the omega-3 contents of our organic Irish salmon analysed. And we wanted to know the ratio of omega-3 oils in comparison to the non-organic salmon. ... Read more
  • 9th February 2011 Seaweed - Treasures of the Sea I

    ... and for once we are not talking fish but seaweed! The next time you walk on the shore and look at the stranded seaweed, you will most likely think "Wow" and not: "Oh this boring stuff again..." after reading what we have to say about it. We already have a lot of information about the health b... Read more
  • 9th February 2011 Seaweed - Treasures from the Sea II

    photo courtesy of Quality SeaVeg In the first part of Treasures from the Sea, we talked mostly about Algaran and how they work. Today, it is Quality Sea Veg's turn. Quality Sea Veg concentrates on processing seaweed as a very healthy food supplement. Parts of the seaweed is washed, dried and... Read more
  • 9th February 2011 Mackerel

    Mackerel is one of the most health beneficial kinds of fish you can eat - it contains lots of omega-3 fatty acids of which we can never consume enough. Mackerel is a common name applied to a number of different species of fish. They occur in all tropical and temperate seas. The Atlantic Mackerel ... Read more

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