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Buy Frozen Fish Online

Seafresh offers a wide range of high-quality, responsibly sourced and sustainable frozen fish options online. Our fish are carefully selected, Individually Quick Frozen (IQF) and delivered to your doorsteps using dry ice slices to ensure the fish stays frozen during transit. We pride ourselves on our commitment to sustainability and work hard to ensure that our fish are sourced in an environmentally friendly way. With express next-day delivery and flexible delivery options, buying frozen fish online has never been easier.

Frozen Fish Delivery

Seafresh provides frozen fish delivery online, sourcing the highest quality fish and seafood. All products are Individually Quick Frozen (IQF) and delivered using dry ice slices to ensure they remain frozen during transit. Orders placed before 1 PM are sent out the same day, with next-day express delivery. Customers can choose a safe location for delivery and select a preferred delivery day. Free delivery on orders over £60 and affordable delivery options to Northern Ireland. The packaging and dry ice used ensures that products are kept at an optimal temperature during delivery.

Frozen Fish Guide

Species Description Taste Texture
Salmon A popular fish species that is rich in omega-3 fatty acids. Mild and slightly sweet Firm and oily
Tilapia A freshwater fish that is commonly farmed. Mild and slightly sweet Flaky and delicate
Tuna A large predatory fish that is popular in sushi. Strong and meaty Firm and dense
Cod A white fish that is commonly used in fish and chips. Mild and slightly sweet Flaky and delicate
Halibut A large flat fish that is popular in high-end restaurants. Mild and slightly sweet Firm and meaty
Sardines Small oily fish that is popular in Mediterranean cuisine. Strong and flavorful Soft and oily
Sole A flat fish that is commonly served in fillet form. Mild and slightly sweet Delicate and flaky
Haddock A white fish that is commonly used in fish and chips. Mild and slightly sweet Flaky and delicate
Catfish A freshwater fish that is commonly farmed. Mild and slightly sweet Firm and meaty
Swordfish A large predatory fish that is popular in sushi. Strong and meaty Firm and dense
Hake A white fish that is commonly used in fish and chips. Mild and slightly sweet Flaky and delicate
Kipper Smoked herring, commonly consumed for breakfast in the UK and Ireland. Strong and smoky Firm and oily
Mackerel A oily fish that is popular in sushi and smoked. Strong and flavorful Firm and oily
Monkfish A large fish with a firm and meaty texture. Mild and slightly sweet Firm and meaty
Plaice A flat fish that is commonly used in fish and chips. Mild and slightly sweet Delicate and flaky
Seabass A white fish that is commonly used in high-end restaurants. Mild and slightly sweet Firm and meaty
Trout A freshwater fish that is commonly farmed. Mild and slightly sweet Firm and meaty

Looking for more variety in your frozen seafood options?

We’ve got you covered! In addition to our top-rated, high-quality frozen fish, we also offer a wide selection of frozen seafood including succulent shrimp, juicy scallops, and tasty crab legs. All of our products are responsibly sourced and sustainably caught, ensuring that you’re getting the best seafood available. Browse our frozen seafood page now to see what we have in store!

Did you know?

  • Depending on the type of fish and how it is stored, frozen fish can last up to 12 months in the freezer,
  • Freezing fish helps to reduce the risk of foodborne illnesses, as it kills any bacteria or parasites that may be present.
  • Frozen fish should be stored at 0°F (-18°C) or lower to ensure optimal quality and safety.
  • Frozen fish can be cooked from frozen, though it may take longer to cook than fresh fish.
  • The global frozen fish market was valued at $43.2 billion in 2019 and it’s expected to reach $63.1 billion by 2027.
  • Frozen fish should be thawed in the refrigerator overnight before cooking.
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