Meet New Brunswick at SEG (Seafood Expo Global) in Barcelona

Looking for seafood from the cold, pristine waters of New Brunswick? Meet seafood companies from New Brunswick at SEG (Seafood Expo Global) in Barcelona from 25 - 27 April 2023.

Seafood Expo Global is the largest seafood event on the planet. SEG is the global marketplace, serving industry professionals and buyers from all corners of the supply chain and world. If you purchase seafood for your business, you simply cannot afford to miss this event.

No other resource can provide seafood buyers the sourcing opportunities and access found at SEG. At just one venue, throughout nine halls, professionals like you come face-to-face with exhibiting suppliers representing 77 countries. With nearly every type of seafood product, equipment and service at your fingertips, you are equipped to make the best purchasing decisions for your business and customers.

As European Consultant of New Brunswick Department of Agriculture, Aquaculture & Fisheries, Phaff Export Marketing BV assists New Brunswick at SEG.

New Brunswick, Deliciously Canadian

Located on Canada's stunning east coast, New Brunswick is where warm, sandy beaches meet frigid, deep waters. The world's highest tides lay next to seemingly unending stretches of farmland. Sustainably harvesting both land and sea has been a part of this maritime province's story since the beginning and today, thanks to generations of innovation and stewardship of the land and sea, New Brunswickers continue to care for their resources while offering the most delicious seafood, agri-food, and beverages on the planet.

New Brunswick's unique microclimates are ideal for farmers, fishermen and producers to grow, catch and raise the foods the world loves. Their seafood, agri-food and beverages are delicious at every bite.

Visit: New Brunswick | Deliciously Canadian – The Department of Agriculture, Aquaculture and Fisheries (

Meet seafood companies from New Brunswick at SEG

Meet the following companies from New Brunswick at their booth:

Westmorland Fisheries (Lobster, Snow Crab)
Booth: 3A-601
Contact: Russel Jacob, President

Ocean Blue Fisheries (Lobster, Snow Crab, Whelks)
Booth: 3A-601
Contact: Dennis and Joel Leblanc, President and VP

Bay Shore Lobster (Lobster, Sea Cucumbers)
Booth: 3A-601
Contact: Nathan Song, President

Cooke Seafood (Salmon)
Booth: 3F-200
Contact: Connie Huang, Sales

And there are also a few companies who will be walking the show:

Partner Seafood (Lobster, Snow Crab, Whelks, Capelin)
Contact: Paul Farrah, CEO

Maison BeauSoleil (Oysters)
Contact: Amédée Savoie, General Manager

Island Fishermen Coop Association (Lobster, Snow Crab, Shrimp)
Contact: Brian Bezeau, General Manager

New Brunswick's Big Five

Lobster Homarus americanus
The World's Largest Lobster Processor

New Brunswick produces more than half the global frozen lobster supply, year-round. Their lobster is prized for its hard shell, succulent meat and large claws. And it travels exceptionally well. New Brunswick lobster is lobster at its best.

Atlantic Salmon Salmo salar
From Ocean to Plate in 48 Hours

The birthplace of North America’s aquaculture industry, New Brunswick is home to the continent’s largest producer of Atlantic salmon. New Brunswick harvests more than 50 million pounds of melt-in-your-mouth, sashimi-grade salmon annually. So safe you can eat it raw.

Snow Crab Chionoecetes opilio
Shells so Perfect, They’re Blushing

These deep-water treasures are consumed shell-on, so good looks are vital. New Brunswick's sandy ocean bottoms produce pristine, vibrant red shells, while their frigid waters make for exceptionally sweet, succulent meat. Their snow crab tastes as good as it looks.

Oysters Crassostrea virginica
Harvested on the Far Northern Boundary

Oysters from the extreme edge of the Atlantic taste better–and have the longest shelf life. New Brunswick’s nordic bays produce top-quality oysters 12 months of the year. Smaller and safer, their oysters are so clean, that they’re sold unprocessed.

Coldwater Shrimp Pandalus Borealis
Small Size, Epic Flavour

Wild-caught from the icy depths of the North Atlantic, coldwater shrimp from New Brunswick are smaller and sweeter than warm-water species. State-of-the-art freezing and processing preserve the taste, color, texture and nutritional value of these plump, juicy little flavor bombs.

Questions about New Brunswick at SEG?

Questions about this event or New Brunswick? We are more than happy to answer them. Please contact:

Agnes Huetink
European Consultant New Brunswick Department of Agriculture, Aquaculture & Fisheries or