press releases

Sustainability Meets Affordability


Raincoast Trading, well known for leading the way in sustainable seafood, is going global. Working with the Marine Stewardship Council (, Raincoast Trading has sourced sustainable pole and line-caught wild skipjack tuna in the Maldives for their new product line: Raincoast Global.

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Raincoast Trading reeled in by St. Jean’s


Effective January 1, 2013 Nanaimo-based St. Jean’s Cannery and Smokehouse will acquire Raincoast Trading, a premium sustainable canned seafood company located in Delta, B.C. This is an exciting announcement for both companies who have a long and progressive history together. St. Jean’s is the only tuna canning operation in Canada; once the acquisition is complete, Raincoast Trading will be the only local, sustainable seafood retail brand with a North America-wide grocer presence that has a tuna cannery.

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Raincoast Announces Sardine Launch


Raincoast Trading adds savory Pacific Sardines to its sustainable canned seafood line

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Raincoast Achieves Top Rank in Greenpeace Report


Tuna sustainability report reveals that Raincoast Trading ranks #1

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Raincoast Trading signs landmark agreement with Lake Babine First Nation


Raincoast Trading, a family-owned sustainable seafood company with 100 years of history in Delta, B.C., has entered into a partnership with Lake Babine Nation, a nation consisting of roughly 2,000 members located 225 km east of Prince George near Burns Lake.

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