Canadian Atlantic Lobster is considered one of the world’s premier seafoods and is in high demand. Canada currently supplies more than half of the world’s supply of “hard-shelled” Atlantic Lobster. The very nature of the harvest, where seasonal and regional fisheries dictate a fluctuating supply, means that there are times of the year when the product is harder to find than others. Typically, the lobster season in Atlantic Canada peaks twice year, once in the spring (April-June) and another in December.
Live lobster is available year-round from NovaScotiaLobsters.Com holding pounds. Great strides have been made in holding technology, enabling access to high-quality live lobster throughout the year.
Nova Scotia Lobsters is committed to bringing you the freshest Hard-shelled superior lobster available today. Because we know lobster is a treat most people do not enjoy every day, we are committed to make your lobster ordering experience as enjoyable as possible. We ship overnight to insure the absolute best quality for our live and frozen products.
The hard-shelled lobster… The seasons for harvesting lobster in Canada are staggered to protect the vulnerable summer moults. Seafood connoisseurs often refer to the hard-shelled Canadian Atlantic Lobster as the ”King of Seafood”. Atlantic Lobster is not only delicious, it is highly versatile and one of the most nutritious sources of protein you can find. Canadian Atlantic Lobster is known by many names including: Atlantic Lobster, American Lobster, Canadian Reds, Northern Lobster and Maine Lobster but no matter what you call it, once you’ve tasted our lobster you will know why it is King.
Hard shelled versus soft shelled. Since the Atlantic Lobster must moult (shed its shell) in order to grow, it will display a thinner softer shell after it has molted. In Canada, the lobster season is staggered around the summer moulting period and most Canadian Atlantic Lobster are harvested hard-shelled. Many consumers prefer hard-shell lobsters over soft-shell lobsters because of several reasons. Hard-shell lobster contains fifty percent more meat than the same size soft-shell lobster. Hard-shell meat is firmer, while soft-shell meat is softer and tends to have more water. Furthermore, hard-shell lobsters ship better than soft-shell lobsters because they are less likely to crack en route. Cracking a hard-shell Atlantic lobster takes some effort, but the results are worth it!
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