These delicate, fan-shaped bivalves are harvested in the wild and on dedicated farms throughout the Maritime provinces, Newfoundland, Quebec and British Columbia. Scallops are a delectable and long-cherished piece of Canada's diverse seafood tapestry.
With a sweet, creamy taste and a tender, buttery texture, Canadian scallops are a culinary delight. Whether seared to a golden perfection or served in a rich chowder, scallops have an undeniable appeal, and they are easy to add to pasta, soup, and even cocktails.
From the chilly Pacific waters of British Columbia, this versatile and nutritious species is as delicious in a tuna salad as it is served hot off the grill.
A source of omega-3s
Helps maintain bones and teeth
Excellent source of Vitamin B12
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It’s hard not to think of salmon when you think of Canadian Seafood. From sushi to cedar planks to smoked on a bagel, it’s a genuine Canadian treasure from the deep.
Excellent source of vitamin D
An important factor in energy metabolism and tissue formation
Aids in normal growth and development
With both Atlantic and Pacific varieties, this very large flatfish (sometimes weighing 300 kg or more) is a popular choice for fish and chips thanks to its mild taste and firm texture.
Assists bone and teeth health
An excellent source of niacin, vitamins B6 and B12
Supports energy metabolism
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