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Young's Seafood Jamie Oliver range | Promotion

Research shows that less than a quarter of folks are meeting government recommendations to eat fish twice a week, so, we asked 25 MNers to take part in the Young's Twice-a-Week challenge.


Go Gastro at home


For restaurant quality food in the comfort of your own home check out the new Gastro range of meals for two from Young's. Including delicious dishes such as Florentine Crusted Alaskan Pollock Fillets – it's gourmet fish made easy. So put the kids to bed and enjoy a night off with your special someone.

Quick and simple sides


Award winning food writer, restaurateur and fishmonger, Mitch Tonks, has created recipes for some delicious side dishes which work as the perfect accompaniments for the new Young’s Gastro range. All recipes are quick and simple so you can enjoy something different and special in the week. https://www.mumsnet.com/s/A?adname=youngs_index_gastro&r=1

Twice-A-Week Challenge

The results

Find out how our 25 mums got on when they took our challenge to feed their families fish meals twice-a-week, and see what tips our testers have for introducing new foods to their little ones' diets.

Expert advice

Expert advice

Want simple recipe ideas to introduce fish into your fussy DC’s diet? How about delicious meals to impress family and friends? Young’s experts are here to help, Nutritionist, Dr. Carrie Ruxton, Young’s Head of Sustainability, Mike Mitchell and development chef, Serge Nollent answer your questions.

Win £100 to spend on JamieOliver.com


Win £100 to spend on JamieOliver.com! Watch our Mums in our Twice A Week Challenge video diary and tell us what Young's Seafood product Master Max is enjoying.

Recipe ideas


Like fish but don't feel confident cooking it? Making the same fish meals over and over? Take a look at the Young's website for loads of recipes to inspire you, broaden your repertoire and amaze the family.

Fish is good for you


Fish: high in Omega 3, low in fat, a good source of protein AND rich in vitamins and minerals. Find out more about the brilliant health benefits of eating fish here.

Young's Seafood on social


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