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Seal cuts

Adult loins (Portion)

Adult loins (Portion)
  • Size per unit250-400 g
  • remark1 portion

“Veal” loins

“Veal” loins
  • Size per unit350 - 500 g
  • remark2 loins per bag

Flippers

Flippers
  • Size per unit500 -750 g
  • remarkCut in 2 with bone. ½ flipper per bag.

Trims

Trims
  • Size per unit3 KG
  • remarkPieces of different size

Seal charcuteries or phoconailles

Burger

Burger
  • Format2 per bag 100 g per patty
  • DescriptionSeal ground meat, 35% of pork, spices

Sausage

Sausage
  • Format2 per bag + - 200 g
  • DescriptionWild cranberries from the Magdalen Islands Seal meat, pork, spices & preservatives

Merguez

Merguez
  • Format6 per bag + - 250 g
  • DescriptionSeal meat and beef only   (Medium Spicy)

Smoked Seal Meat

Smoked Seal Meat
  • FormatWhole + - 1.5 kg
  • DescriptionSeal back muscle macerated, injected, slightly dehydrated and cooked

Péperettes

Péperettes
  • Format2 per bag + - 75 g
  • DescriptionSeal meat, pork, beef, spices and preservatives. Dehydrated and soft. Excellent with a cold beer.

Salami

Salami
  • FormatWhole + - 800g
  • DescriptionSeal meat, pork, spices

Terrines

Terrines
  • Format+ - one kg each Sliced 100 g
  • DescriptionSeal meat, pork, fruits (orange, apple and plums), spices & preservatives

Rillettes

Rillettes
  • Format+ - one kg each Sliced 100 g
  • DescriptionSeal meat, pork, duck, spices and preservatives.

Note: SeaDNA Seal Charcuteries are currently available only in the Province of Quebec.

Nutrition Facts

“For strong blood and keeping warm”

Here are just some of the nutrients you can find in seal:

Vitamin A: Helps us to see well in the dark and to fight infection

Vitamin D: Builds strong bones and prevents rickets.

Omega-3: Good for heart health, brain health, joints and mood.

Zinc: Fight infection and helps to heal wounds.

Iron: Gives us healthy blood and keeps us from getting tired.

Selenium: Prevents cells in the body from being damaged (is an antioxidant)

Did you know?

  • At the Federal level, seal is considered as a 'fish' because it lives in water. In the province of Quebec, seal is considered as meat because it is a mammal. This disagreement on seal product regulations has slowed down market development and responsible resource management for many years.

  • On average, consumption of only 40 g seal meat covers the recommended daily intakes of iron and vitamin B-12 for young women.

  • Seal meat is lean with less than 2% total fat compared to 23% for beef.

  • Due to its high iron content, seal meat is closer to a wild game like deer or moose than any seafood.

  • High quality seal meat has no 'fishy' taste. Prepared in a proper manner it has been compared to the dining experience of a fine beef filet mignon.

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