Gold Seal® is the premium national brand for Canadian Fishing Company’s (Canfisco’s) line of canned salmon, tuna and seafood products.
Canfisco is a fully-integrated fishery products organization based in Vancouver, British Columbia, with offices and facilities spanning the West Coast of North America. Along with our U.S. affiliate, Alaska General Seafoods (AGS), we supply Canadian grocery markets with Gold Seal® and other private label canned seafood products.
The largest packer of canned salmon in Canada, Canfisco also markets a range of fresh, frozen and value added salmon products under several private label brands. As a leader in the wild salmon industry, we land, process and sell in excess of 45 million pounds of salmon each year. We also offer a variety of other fresh and frozen seafood products including wild halibut, black cod, and herring. All Canfisco canneries are Kosher certified.
Canfisco has been harvesting, processing and marketing seafood since 1906. In 1984, Canfisco became part of the Jim Pattison Group, the third largest privately held company in Canada with operations in a wide range of business areas including automotive, food, media, packaging, entertainment, periodical distribution, and export and financial services.
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