Why is Nova Scotian Lobster so darn good?

Updated: Jan 6

Atlantic Canadian lobster is one of the healthiest foods you can eat. Lobster has so many vitamins and nutrients that it is akin to taking a multi-vitamin or health supplement. At less than 100 calories per serving (89 per cent of calories from protein), Atlantic Canadian lobster is a great meal choice for practically any diet.

Known as “the King of Seafood,” the Lobster (Homarus Americanus) is prized for its hard shell, full-meat qualities and large claws. Found in the pure and icy waters of Canada’s Atlantic Ocean, Canadian lobster is one of the most delicious and nutritious sources of protein you can find. It’s the star of any dining experience whether it’s simply boiled and served with butter, grilled on the barbecue or featured in a creamy chowder. Canada’s lobster fishery is sustainable and steeped in tradition, with independent fishermen harvesting these wild crustaceans for your plate. Succulent and sweet, Canadian lobster is one of the most sought-after seafood in the world.

Canadian Lobster…

  • Is low in fat and carbohydrates while high in protein

  • Contains less saturated fat, calories and cholesterol than many lean favorites such as pork, extra lean beef, and white chicken meat

  • Is high source of heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids

  • Is a good source of vitamins and minerals, including B12, copper, selenium and phosphorus

  • Is absolutely delicious!

  • Is Healthy

  • Is an experience to eat and enjoy

  • Is available year round

  • Is available in many convenient product forms

  • Is impressive no matter how it’s prepared

  • Is wild-caught by independent fishermen

  • Is a quality food that people are willing to pay more for

Source: Food Service Guide

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