The Nova Scotian Quality Advantage
The Nova Scotia quality food and beverage export directory connects companies around the world with Nova Scotian excellence. Browse our catalogue of products and connect with one of our top-quality suppliers for your business needs. Taste the Nova Scotian difference from our diverse and dynamic industry. Import an array of products that range from:
Import the Flavours of Nova Scotia
Canada’s east coast is known for its pristine food, drinks, and value-added products. Halifax is home to North America's largest deep-water, ice-free port. Its central location allows us to export high-quality products to more than 75 countries.
We offer fresh and frozen products from some of the richest, most fertile soil in Canada. Nova Scotia’s agri-food and beverage sector is famous for its strict food safety and sustainable standards. Our fresh water, fertile land, and mild climate provide an extended growing season, allowing our crops to flourish. Influenced by the Mi’kmaq, Acadians, African, and European Settlers, our agriculture industry is as diverse as our harvest.
Our state-of-the-art modern facilities are what make Nova Scotia an advanced food and beverage community. With constant research and growth, we offer products that meet the market's changing needs. This gives us a global edge and ensures we have something for you.
Nova Scotia’s advanced cold chain logistics and controlled-atmosphere storage keep your products fresh. Access to global air, water, rail, and road allows for bulk shipments and quick delivery.
Why Choose Nova Scotia?
Our mild growing season, fertile land, and modern facilities produce reliable premium products.
Our infrastructure and strategic location allows us to deliver products quickly to buyers all over the world.
Safe, Trusted, Sustainable Production Standards
Our food and beverage industry follows strict food safety standards to bring quality products to the world each year.
Interested in importing premium Nova Scotia Seafood from Canada’s number #1 seafood exporting province?