CRAVING for Delicious Mouth-Watering FISH, LOBSTER, CRAB LEGS & SCALLOPS?
We supply high quality flash-frozen fish and shellfish and deliver throughout Alberta and the Northwest Territories (NWT).
We offer both sustainably wild-caught and sustainably produced seafood as we support causes and efforts that are committed to the continuous supply of food from the oceans for today’s and future generations.
We strive to ensure our seafood are free of harmful additives and meet MSC and Ocean Wise standards.
Want to know where our seafood comes from?
Flash-frozen and vacuum-sealed, the majority of our fish and shellfish come from Canadian waters.
We carry seafood that come from the Atlantic, North Atlantic and Pacific oceans and waters.
We also carry seafood from reputable companies or producers in countries that meet or exceed Canadian standards.
We are transparent about our products! So go ahead and ask any questions.
Food gurus say “flash-frozen fish is better than fresh fish.”
Watch this Youtube Video
Fresh vs Flash-Frozen Seafood
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FISH & SHELLFISH
*** Premium Quality ***
Cod Atlantic, Fillet / Loin
Herb Potato Crusted Cod
Crab – King Crab Legs
Crab – Dungeness, Snow Crab clusters
Oysters – Breaded
Salmon – Atlantic
Salmon – King (Chinook)
Salmon – Sockeye
Scallops, North Atlantic – JUMBO
Shrimp – Red Argentine EXTRA JUMBO
Tiger Prawns – COLOSSAL
Tuna, Yellowfin (Ahi)
Can’t find something in our list that pleases your tastebuds?
We are always looking for new items to add to our product lines so let us know as we may already have it on our truck. Or we can special order it for you.
2 Ways To Properly Thaw Frozen Seafood
To get the best of your frozen seafood you need to prepare it properly. Some pre-cooked products can be re-heated from frozen state so make sure to follow the instructions that came with the package.
Never defrost fish at room temperature or in warm or hot water as this is when bacteria can multiply rapidly.
Here are 2 simple ways to thaw your frozen seafood.
- Take it out from the freezer and put it in the refrigerator overnight.
- Watch this youtube video for the 2nd method. www.youtube.com/watch?v=CMo0qbVeWw