Brands & Partners
For over 70 years, the Fisherman’s Market motto has been “Quality, Service, Variety & Value”. These core values are evident in every aspect of our business—from the expertise of our exceptional staff to the highest standards of freshness, sustainability, and best practices of our brands and partners.
Other than buying directly from a local harvester, there's no better place than Fisherman's Market to get the freshest catch around. Our product line features one of the largest varieties of fresh seafood in Eastern Canada, including salmon, haddock, cod, Boston bluefish and halibut, as well as live lobster, various types of crab, shrimp, scallops, oysters, and much more - all processed the old fashioned way: by hand.
If you’re looking for the freshest, top quality seafood, keep an eye out for the Fisherman's Finest Seal of approval. Hand selected by our Seafood Specialists for those in search of the very best, top of the catch product.
Seabright Smoke House
Nestled within our Bedford location, we produce our very own Seabright Smokehouse smoked products, including smoked haddock, cod and mackerel fillets, as well as smoked salmon in various flavours*. To ensure a preservative-free process, hardwood sawdust is used, and while some companies use additives to enhance the fish's colour, everything we do at Fisherman’s Market is hand-crafted and all natural. No wonder we’re renowned for “having some of the best smoked fish in the world.”
*Regular, Cajun, Lemon Pepper, Garlic & Maple
We are proud to work alongside some of the industry’s leading advocates for sustainability, food safety, and economic prosperity.
Department of Fisheries and Oceans, Canada (DFO)
As the federal lead for safeguarding Canadian waters and managing the country’s fisheries, oceans, coastal and freshwater resources, Fisheries and Oceans Canada supports economic growth in the marine and fisheries sectors, innovation in aquaculture and biotechnology, and helps to ensure sustainable aquatic ecosystems through habitat protection.
Lobster Council of Canada (LCC)
Working to enhance the value of the Canadian lobster sector in a sustainable manner, the Lobster Council of Canada advocates on behalf of the industry on multi-stakeholder committees, as well as in international markets. The LCC also provides direction on a wide range of issues, including sustainability certification, food safety, and traceability requirements.
Marine Stewardship Council (MSC)
The Marine Stewardship Council is an international non-profit organization that uses an ecolabel and fishery certification program to recognize and reward sustainable fishing practices. It works directly with fisheries, suppliers, and retailers to encourage a more sustainable seafood market.
Nova Scotia Seafood Alliance
The Nova Scotia Seafood Alliance acts as a voice for seafood suppliers across the province. It promotes, represents, and advocates for land-based seafood buyers and processors for the advancement and prosperity of all, while serving as a platform to introduce the best of Nova Scotia's seafood to the world.
Safe Quality Food Institute
The mission of the Safe Quality Food Institute is “to deliver consistent, globally recognized food safety and quality certification programs based on sound scientific principles, consistently applied across all industry sectors, and valued by all stakeholders.” Fisherman’s Market is one of the few facilities in Atlantic Canada that is certified by the SQFI.