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Albion Farms & Fisheries Partners with Beretta Farms

VANCOUVER — Albion Farms & Fisheries has partnered with Ontario-based Beretta Farms to better serve customer needs. “This new partnership, with Mike and Cynthia Beretta...

White Spot Joins Ocean Wise

VANCOUVER — White Spot has officially joined the Ocean Wise program. White Spot, along its Triple O's brand, began the journey of joining Ocean...

B.C.’s Culinary Landscape Has Been Shaped by the Fruits of Sea...

“To understand B.C. at all, you have to look at the ocean. The indigenous cuisine was all ocean- and river-based,” says Lenore Newman, a...

Holt Renfrew Joins Ocean Wise Program

VANCOUVER — Holt Renfrew has joined Vancouver Aquarium’s Ocean Wise sustainable seafood program as a national partner. The cafés at the retailer’s Vancouver, Edmonton,...

Gone Fishing: Chef Shane Robilliard is Championing Home-grown, Sustainable Menus

Shane Robilliard says he’s a lucky man. “Most chefs start their day picking up a coffee. I get to go fishing,” says the director...

Chefs Across the Country are on Board With Sustainable Fish and...

The concept of sustainable fish and seafood may seem as difficult to navigate as our oceans and lakes are deep and dark, the phrase...

Fox Harb’r Introduces Atlantic Canada’s First Ocean Wise Restaurant

WALLACE, N.S. — Fox Harb’r Resort’s Cape Cliff Dining Room has become Atlantic Canada’s first Ocean Wise-certified seafood restaurant. “Chef Shane Robilliard and his culinary...

Milestones Fallsview Restaurant Now Serving Ocean Wise Seafood

NIAGARA FALLS, Ont. — Milestones Fallsview Restaurant has become the only restaurant in Niagara Falls to be a member of Ocean Wise. “The industry’s appetite...

IKEA Brings Responsibly Produced Seafood to over 600M customers

CONSHOHOCKEN, Pa — IKEA has announced that seafood sold and served in its stores comes from sustainable and responsible sources. With more than 23...

Is Sustainable Seafood Really Possible?

While “sustainable” is a buzzword in the food industry, experts participating in Eat Vancouver’s “Taking Stock of Seafood” panel in the spring debated the...