press releases

Sustainability Meets Affordability

15-Apr-2016

Raincoast Trading, well known for leading the way in sustainable seafood, is going global. Working with the Marine Stewardship Council (www.msc.org), 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

01-Nov-2012

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

27-May-2012

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

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Raincoast Achieves Top Rank in Greenpeace Report

26-Mar-2012

Tuna sustainability report reveals that Raincoast Trading ranks #1

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Raincoast Trading signs landmark agreement with Lake Babine First Nation

22-Feb-2012

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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