Product Review: Blue Circle Foods

Natalya Jones
2 min readMar 17, 2023

Disclosure: I was given these products in exchange for this post. All opinions here are my own.

Blue Circle Foods sells sustainable, clean seafood that is certified by the Marine Stewardship Council and Aquaculture Stewardship Council. Not to mention, each product I tried was delicious.

Don’t believe me? Read for yourself.

Happy Fish

These had a citrusy flavor and were cut into adorable fish shapes! Quick and easy to make, they’re great to have on hand for nights you don’t want to cook an elaborate meal or after you come back from a long vacation.

The shapes are great for kids and the texture is very soft, perfect for young ones to chew. I ate them with veggies and curry, the latter of the two being not so kid friendly.

Black Tiger Shrimp

These were huge. The label was definitely not exaggerating by using the word “colossal”.

The shrimp was juicy and tasted delicious with my pasta Multo recipe.

Original Salmon Sausages

We placed these in the air fryer and then on a skillet to cook more. I ate them with plain pasta and didn’t even need extra flavoring or sauce, it was that tasty.

I preferred these over regular sausages as they were less greasy and had more flavor.

Apple Thyme Sausages

These were slightly sweet with a smokey finish. Not to worry, though – there are only two grams of sugar per serving, which is one sausage link. I ate them with lettuce, rice, and some chili garlic hot sauce, which gave it a nice balance.

Lemon Dill Sausages

Citrusy and tangy, these reminded me of the Happy Fish flavoring. Each serving has 0 grams of sugar. I ate them with white rice, broccoli, carrots, and cauliflower.




Natalya Jones

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