- Making the Most out of Mackerel
- SARDINES OR SALMON?
- HOT TUNA MEALS YOU’LL WARM TO!
- TUNA SALADS DRESSED FOR DINNER!
- ZEST IS BEST WITH JOHN WEST TUNA!
Food for thought
Well to be honest, Chinese New Year 2016 is the year of the Monkey, but seeing as fish play a big part in every Chinese New Year, we thought we’d find out why. We’re massive fans of fish here at John West, whether it’s New Year fish or fish all year long, so we’re always eager to discover why other countries love it as much as we do.Read More
Dressed Lobster might be one of the lesser-known seafoods on John West’s list of fishtastic products, but that doesn’t stop it being one of the tastiest. It’s very versatile too, as you’ll soon find out from my recipe suggestions.Read More
Lunchtime. It’s a time for checking emails, scoffing sandwiches and sadly, often the lowlight of our culinary day. Here at John West, we’ve decided that enough is enough. We’re sick of hearing about soggy sarnies and paltry pasta pots. Limp cheese, haggard ham and lackluster margarine aren’t worthy of sandwiches; they’re worthy of scorn, and your lunchtime deserves better.Read More
Our Latest Products
One of the most delicious things that’s ever happened to John West Tuna, just got even tastier. That’s right folks, our Infusions Tuna range now has two brand new hot and smoky flavours to get all excited about. If you want to spice up your mealtimes with some zip, zing and a little bit of a kick, this dynamic duo will certainly do the trick.Read More
Our Latest Products
Now you can pick up a perfectly peppery new Steams Pots flavour to perk up your mealtimes. And if you can get your mouth around a tongue twister like that without making a mess, it’s a better one than mine! The full title is Tuna Infusions with Mixed Peppercorns paired with Tomato & Black Olive Couscous, and it tastes every bit as good as it sounds.Read More
The John West Blog
Ever since we began, way back in 1857, we’ve been happily sharing our fishing expertise and cooking tips. At first it was only with random people we met in ports and pubs. Then this thing called the Internet came along and the rest is history – well, it’s a blog but you know what I mean.