Our seafood supplier: Conchamar

Conchamar is a Portuguese company recognized in the import, export and distribution of live seafood.

Their facility is currently one of the largest nurseries in the Iberian Peninsula and they have a supply capacity of around 50 tons of seafood, which has made a decisive contribution to the availability of products in times of low catch. .

Conchamar started trading around 1987 exporting seafood to Spain, having only one van to do so. Subsequently, the need to build a small nursery arose and with the construction of it, the national distribution began, which, for the most part, was intended for catering and small retailers in the municipality of Lourinhã.

Currently, they have a large and modern facility and equipped with the latest technologies, guaranteeing greater security control, in the handling and conservation of the products.

All their nurseries are equipped with a cooling system, temperature controlled between 10 ° C / 12 ° C, water filtration cooling system, among other equipment.


Conchamar is one of the international companies that has the HACCP system in place and fully operational.

This food control system transmits and assures our customers the safety in the quality of our products.

The HACCP system, initially called Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points, is an internationally recognized methodology adopted by entities in the food sector. This important food protection tool works as a preventative mode.

Its implementation prevents and minimizes food risks, by eliminating or reducing the occurrence of possible food poisoning.

The analysis of the potential dangers to the health of consumers in the activities of the food sector, the identification of the phases / places where these same dangers can arise and the decision of which are the critical dangers for the health of the consumer are the main objectives of the HACCP system.

This system allows entities to focus on the production steps essential to food safety, ensuring that their products are safe for the consumer.

Fishing area

All seafood is caught in the Atlantic on the Portuguese coast.