Our Canadian and French oysters
They are grown in superior quality waters which provide optimal conditions all year long.
New Brunswick, Canada
Located on the Atlantic coast of Canada, New Brunswick is renowned for its aquaculture. As one of the main drivers of this region’s economy, fish, shellfish, and crustacean farming has earned this province an enviable worldwide reputation in aquaculture. Indeed, its costal waters, famous for their purity and nutrients, offer an ideal, natural oyster farming environment, mainly focused on the so-called “American” oyster.
Prince Edward Island, Canada
Bordered to the north by the Gulf of St. Lawrence and encompassed in the strait of Northumberland, Prince Edward Island is surrounded by exceptionally pure icy waters. Located in the easternmost region of the country, this Maritime province is one of the world’s leading seafood exporters. Indeed, no less than 55% percent of oyster’s consumption in North America come from this island’s aquaculture farms. Renowned for their distinctive flavor and freshness, Prince Edward island’s seafood products are a guarantee of quality.
On the southwest coast of Charente-Maritime, in France, the Marennes-Oléron basin is famous for oyster production and its panoramic view of swamps landscapes, typical wooden huts and over 3000 ha of refinement basins (claires). It is in these refining basins, set between land and sea, filled with clear water and fed by the tides, that the oysters acquire their high-water content, their marine flavor infused with a taste of the terroir, as well as their very characteristic blue-green color.