MSC and BRC certified, and a winner of the prestigious iTQi award, Louisbourg Seafoods is committed to the sustainable fishing practices that will allow the fishing industry to thrive for centuries to come.
Our innovative harvesting and processing methods lead to a fresh, delicious seafood
product for our consumers.
Benefits of Eating Fish
The foods we eat influence our health. Besides containing protein and other nutrients such as vitamin D and selenium, fish (either finfish or shellfish) contain a specific type of fat, omega-3 fatty acids, that may reduce the risk of developing heart disease and other medical problems.
Omega-3 fatty acids are found in fish. These omega-3 fatty acids can help lower your blood pressure, lower your heart rate, and improve other cardiovascular risk factors.
Eating fish reduces the risk of death from heart disease, the leading cause of death in both men and women. Fish intake has also been linked to a lower risk of stroke, depression, and mental decline with age.
For pregnant women, mothers who are breastfeeding, and women of childbearing age, fish intake is important because it supplies DHA, a specific omega-3 fatty acid that is beneficial for the brain development of infants.
Sustainable Harvesting Policies
Our mission at Louisbourg Seafoods is to care for ocean health from the products we product to the ways in which we practice conservation. We strive to set high standards demonstrating leadership, responsibility and respect through the following activities:
Collaboration with the Department of Fisheries and Oceans conservation, monitoring and surveillance of fish stocks.
Adherence to the conservation community for sciencemarine biology; monitoring and surveillance partners; and concern for ocean health.
Working with and next to our Aboriginal communities in the commercial fishery forming community/business relationships; engaging in mentor training demonstrating coming together to ensure a sustainable future.
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