The Voyageur seafood brand is associated with the same excellence and reliability as the goods carried by the original Canadian merchant voyageurs.
The voyageur itself is an iconic symbol of Canadian history. These river travellers have been long regarded as traders and purveyors of the finest goods. The Voyageur logo carries these associations of excellence and reliability, symbolizing Canada’s best seafood products.
About the Brand: Voyageur Seafood
After establishing our house brand Nanuk, Oceanfood Sales created and developed a second brand: Voyageur. It has been our leading import brand since its inception.
Voyageur is a proudly Canadian owned-and-operated brand, importing ocean and seafood products from around the world for the Canadian market. We recognized a lack of clarity around environmental and food safety labeling. With Voyageur we adapted our practices, making it easier for consumers to identify food that has been responsibly sourced and processed in a way that ensures it is safe for consumption.
When you see the Voyageur brand, it is your assurance of superior quality, taste, and value — and sustainability.
Throughout the years, we have grown Voyageur and developed it into a leading import product sourced from the finest producers around the world. All of Voyageur’s seafood products have been carefully sourced by our experienced team. We continuously travel to visit Voyageur seafood producers, to inspect their facilities, conduct audits, to and ensure the highest quality and environmental standards are being met. We make sure that the companies and processing facilities are all modern and up to Canadian Food Inspection Agency standards.
We also require third-party certification, like Safe Quality Food (SQF) or British Retail Consortium (BRC). By partnering with an array of global businesses, we can offer products like squid, basa, prawns, crab, bacon-wrapped scallops, wild salmon fillets, steelhead salmon loins, smoked salmon, lingcod fillets, and caviar. Our employees work alongside NGOs to make sure that ethical farming and harvesting practices are in place for both wild and farm products.
About the Products
- Species: sockeye, coho, chum, steelhead, Atlantic
- Forms: fillets, loins, cold smoked lox, hot smoked nuggets
- Species: lingcod, California flounder, basa, capelin
- Forms: fillets, fletches, caviar
- Species: bairdi
- Forms: single cut legs and claws
- Species: black tiger, Pacific white
- Forms: raw/peeled/deveined/tail-on, raw/peeled/deveined/tail-off, cooked/peeled/deveined/tail-on
- Species: loligo, illex, jumbo/Humboldt
- Forms: tubes and tentacles, rings and tentacles, tubes only, rolled fillets, steaks