Incorporated in 1981, the focus of Torngat Fish Co-Op is to sell high-quality seafood products and serve the diverse needs of our customers. As a government-regulated aboriginal co-operative, our team includes two groups of fish harvesters, as well as plant workers in Makkovik and Nain, who use state-of-the-art processing equipment and techniques. All teams are managed by a board of directors, consisting of Inuit members.
Our methods ensure great-tasting, healthy seafood for our customers in Happy Valley–Goose Bay and throughout Newfoundland and Labrador. After 35 years, we remain focused to supplying the highest quality seafood products, all harvested from the icy, pristine water off the Labrador Sea. While we offer local sales, our products are shipped to locations throughout the United States, Asia and the rest of Canada.
Types of Seafood We Offer
Some of our most popular seafood offerings include:
Arctic Char (Salvinus Alpinus)
Snow Crab (Chinoecetes Opillio)
Icelandic Scallops (Chlamys Islandica)
Shrimp (Cold Water) (Pandalus Borealis)
As an aboriginal co-operative that is owned by our harvesters and plant employees, each individual shares in our mutual success. Together, we take great pride in being an integral part of our vibrant community, as well as the people and industry we represent.
To ensure our wild harvest fisheries remain viable for future generations, we abide by the established rules and regulations of the Canadian government. Proper licensing, established quotas, scientific analysis and environmental regulations all help maintain healthy fish populations for the Labrador Sea.