A fishing family founded Raincoast Trading back in 1995. The reason? They wanted their high-quality local products to be accessible to more people. Equally important, they wanted to show consumers accustomed to low-quality, imported canned products that there was a different way to enjoy fish, a way that was both delicious and sustainable. Raincoast Trading single-cooks their seafood and packs it in its natural fish oils, giving it a rich, dense flavour and loads of extra nutrition. St. Jean’s Cannery and Smokehouse is the principal packer. It’s the last remaining dedicated seafood cannery in British Columbia and it focuses on local, sustainable seafood products. The Nuu-chah-nulth, a group of west coast First Nations, have owned the majority of the cannery since 2015.
Enjoy smokey tuna from the Pacific Northwest, courtesy of Raincoast Trading's Wild Smoked Albacore Tuna. Packed in its natural fish oil, this wild caught Albacore tuna is high in selenium and Omega 3 fatty acids, and it's 100% traceable from the boat to the can.
Enjoy salmon from the Pacific Northwest, courtesy of Raincoast Trading's Smoked Wild Sockeye Salmon. Packed in its natural fish oil, this delicious salmon was caught using sustainable fishing methods and is 100% traceable from the boat to the can.