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Our Fish

Our local fish merchant Matthew Stevens delivers to us daily. He knows that we want the best of his catch and that is what he gives us. You will see our Cornish fish daily specials and these feature what Matthews’ team have landed.   Ten years ago Harbour Lights took the decision that 100% of our fish served would be responsibly sourced.  For more information here’s our Fish Buying Policy & Where our fish comes from document.

Our Chips

The best of chipping potatoes
We make this is a science. A chippie lives or dies by the quality of its chips and we are complete nerds about it. Our local potatoes comes from farms within a 20 miles radius of our shop. Our double cooked spuds taste perfect. We serve them naked, and you choose the toppings. Traditional salt & vinegar, ketchup, gravy, chips, or our yummy dips – your way.

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Matthew Stevens

Our local fish merchant Matthew Stevens delivers to us daily. He knows that we want the best of his catch and that is what he gives us. You will see our Cornish fish daily specials and these feature what Matthews’ team have landed.

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Trevarthens

Not all sausages are created equally. Our sausages are from traditional family run Cornish butchers Trevarthens. The sausage recipe is unique to Trevarthens and taste ‘ansome. Trevarthens are a perfect partner to Harbour Lights. Celebrating the best of local produce sourced in the best way boasting freedom food status.

Partner website link

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Local Potatoes

Our local potatoes comes from farms within a 20 miles radius of our shop. Our double cooked spuds taste perfect. We serve them naked, and you choose the toppings. Traditional salt & vinegar, ketchup, gravy, chips, or our yummy dips – your way.

It matters where it comes from...

It matters where it comes from…

We work with the partners shown here MSC, MCS, fish 2 fork, Cornwall Good Seafood Guide Sustainable Seafood Coalition & Sustainable Restaurant Association who do an amazing job promoting responsible fish purchasing.

 

Our Fish Sourcing Policy

Harbour Lights’ Recycling Policy

We have a building-wide recycling policy at Harbour Lights so we can reach our goal of being as green as we can be as a business. There are colour coded bins in every department so that all of our waste can be sorted and disposed of accordingly. Currently we recycle all our paper and cardboard, metals, plastics, glass and even our used cooking oils, they all get sent on to live new lives elsewhere. We have even given some of our recyclables new homes in the building or have set them aside for future green projects. You may have seen our old pickle jars filled with creepy crawlies as part of our spooky Halloween decorations in October.

In the works currently is a way in which we can reduce and recycle our left over food waste. We know that sometimes our lovely fish and chips ends up being too filling for hungry tummies and after encouraging everyone to take a doggy box with them, everything left over will soon hopefully go to compost or food recycling. In the meantime bear with us whilst we try and set up regular collections.

As well as sending our own rubbish off to be reincarnated, we also work with all our suppliers so that they only send us produce in reusable/recyclable packaging, again helping us to cut down on our environmental impact. By working as a team both within the business and with our partners we hope to reduce our waste as much as we can.

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