Let’s Talk about Fish

The Asociación Amigos del Mar de la Costa Tropical will be giving a lecture entitled Te acercamos el Mar will take place on the 3rd of this month.

The chat will about several marine themes from different perspectives, such as environmental, social, economic and cultural. It will begin at 19.00h and will be held within the Town Hall in the Sala de Seminarios, which is on the 1st floor.

The lecturer, Carmen Molina will explain about the quality of fish and practical advice on ‘responsible consumption.’ Carmen is the Environmental Coordinator for the Asociación Columbares.

Of special interest will be hake and salmon, which are the two kinds of fish most consumed in Spain.

The Asociación Amigos del Mar de la Costa Tropical point out that a good part of the fresh hake distributed in Spain is caught by fishermen from Galicia, whilst the majority of salmon is imported from Norway. However, they explain, off the Costa Tropical there is a diversity of fish, such as frigate mackerel, Mediterranean barracuda and little tunny (Euthynnus alletteratus), amongst others, of good nutritional value and tasty, which are caught using traditional fishing methods that have little environmental impact. In many cases this kind of fish is priced at less than ten euros a kilo.

Entrance is free although space is limited to 60 persons so to make sure you can get a spot put your name down via Whatsapp 648 583 338.

The Chairwoman of Amigos del Mar, Anne Zipse thanks the Town Hall for their support, as well as that of the Patronato de Turismo de la Costa Tropical and the Mancomunidad de Municipios de la Costa Tropical

(News/Noticias: Salobrena, Costa Tropical, Granada, Andalucia)

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