Meet Alma Gough: Some Would Say the Fishery Is In Her Blood

Alma Gough works at the Ocean Choice processing plant in Bonavista, where she processes, weighs and packs all sorts of species from snow crab to capelin. This past year, the plant even saw squid come through the plant – a species that has not been processed in Newfoundland and Labrador since the 1980’s! Growing up in the small coastal community...

Supporting Sustainable Fisheries Management for Future Generations

Early in December, the Marine Stewardship Council announced that Canadian Greenland Halibut (Turbot) can now bear the MSC label that identifies sustainable, well managed fisheries from across the world. Greenland Halibut is an extremely important fishery for Ocean Choice; it helps sustain meaningful employment both on our vessels and in our plants. Ensuring we sustainably manage our ocean resources today...

Let’s Catch Up

Welcome to “Catching up” our new online newsletter for all of the latest Ocean Choice news and stories hot off the presses! So glad you stopped by. I’m Cara Pike, Ocean Choice’s new Director of Communications and Marketing.  My position is new within the company with a goal of increasing knowledge and understanding of Ocean Choice among employees, customers and...