Dock to Dish
Sustainable Fishing Initiative
At the start of 2018, Kokomo Private Island proudly launched the Fiji chapter of Dock to Dish; an incredible community-supported seafood and fishing venture which we are immensely proud to be a part of. Dock to Dish is an international network of small-scale fishermen, marine biologists, and sustainable seafood advocates committed to sustainable and responsible fishing. At Kokomo, we are setting a new standard in Fijian cuisine by using a truly restorative approach that was designed with future generations in mind.
The Dock to Dish Fiji initiative enables our team to support and preserve important elements of the native culture with a sourcing philosophy that balances our seafood offerings through an integration of both sustainably foraged wild sea greens and abundant local fish. Under the expert leadership of Kokomo’s local Fijian fisheries expert, Jaga Crossingham, resident Marine Biologist Cliona O’Flaherty, along with Kokomo’s Head Chef Caroline Oakley and culinary team, the pioneering initiative is a first in the Southwest Pacific and part of a broader global “Dock to Dish” movement that is bringing sweeping reform to small-scale fisheries and seafood supply chains around the world.
At Kokomo, we are setting a new standard in Fijian cuisine by using a truly restorative approach that was designed with future generations in mind.