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Wild Canadian Meat

Seal meat is considered a Canadian “Superfood” and is one of the most nutritious meats on the planet!

  • Increase energy
  • Strengthens muscles
  • Promotes red blood cell formation
  • Boosts immune system
  • Repairs body tissues
  • Improves muscle function
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  • Increase energy
  • Strengthens muscles
  • Promotes red blood cell formation
  • Boosts immune system
  • Repairs body tissues
  • Improves muscle function

Seal Meat Products

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Seal Meat Cuts

Seal meat is available in a few different cuts: the back muscle is sold in the form of whole loin, the flippers are used to make pulled meat recipes and various charcuteries and the flank is used to make ribs.

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Pet food

This alternative protein is ideal for weight maintenance, as a nutritious meal topper and represents a safe choice for pets with allergies and sensitive stomachs.

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Cooking Knowhow

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Recipes

It can be intimidating trying to cook anything new. Especially something as unique as seal. We’ve got you covered with these delicious recipes! 

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Recipes

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Tips

Seal is wild and similar to game meat, such as deer or moose, with a slight iodine taste. Here are the best ways to cook different seal cuts.

Nutrition Facts

  • Excellent source of protein (23%) and low in fat (2%).
  • Very nutritious: high in iron, zinc, magnesium and vitamin B12.
  • All natural, wild game meat with no antibiotics or growth hormones.

 

People should know what they’re eating. That’s why alternative protein sources like seal, which is from one of the most natural environments on earth, should be more readily available and accepted. It’s high in protein, lean, really low in cholesterol, and actually one of the best sources of iron there is. What’s best about natural proteins like seal is that you know where it’s come from. You know what you’re eating. You know it’s not processed in any way. And it’s from a sustainable source.

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Go Wild

Wild game meats are higher-protein, lower-fat, and lower-calorie alternatives to conventional proteins like chicken, beef, and pork.  Because they were raised in their natural environment, wild game typically contains more omega-3 fatty acids and less saturated fat.  

Under the guise of progress, for decades there has been a growing shift away from naturally sourced everyday products towards heavily processed and chemically derived alternatives. The seal industry is well positioned for the return of a more natural approach.

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Health Benefits

High in protein and low in cholesterol, seal meat is an all-round excellent dietary choice. It supports intensive training, high-protein diets, and is an ideal alternative to red meat for those trying to lower their risk of cardiovascular disease and other health concerns.

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Increases energy

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Boosts immune system

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Strengthens muscles

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Repairs body tissues

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Promotes red blood cell formation

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Improves muscle fonction

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Seal Meat Quality Assurance

Canada is well recognized for its agri food products quality and safety, and the regulations for seal meat products are no different than other seafood or meat products.  Learn more about seal meat quality control in Canada.

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Oil

Oméga-3 d'huile de phoque pure

L'huile de phoque est une source complète d'oméga-3 (DPA + DHA + EPA) avec une absorption optimisée grâce à sa structure moléculaire provenant d'un mammifère.

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Textile

Fourrure unique & naturelle

La fourrure de loup-marin est un matériel très polyvalent utilisé dans de multiples applications telles que les accessoires, les chaussures, les vêtements et la décoration.

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