So, the first thing you should know about Sea Cuisine® is that we travel. A lot.
We travel all over the world — by land and by sea, via pontoon boats, puddle jumpers, and public buses alike, from sea to shining sea (and a lot of places in between) — with one purpose in mind: to find the best fish and the most delicious seafood recipes the world has to offer.
And the best ones we find, we bring those home.
Why do we go to all this trouble? Well, that’s the second thing you should know about Sea Cuisine. We love what we do. Armed only with a sense of culinary curiosity and a fistful of local maps, we head into every epicurean adventure with the stubborn belief that the best-tasting recipes are found out there in the world, not in a laboratory.
We’re very proud of what we’ve accomplished so far. With almost 20 recipes under our belts — like Tortilla Crusted Tilapia, Tuscan Herb Cod, and Applewood Smoked Salmon — we feel like we’ve made some serious progress. But, in our minds, our adventure has only just begun.
For more than 100 years, High Liner Foods has been traveling the world to bring premium-quality seafood — like that found today in brands such as High Liner®, Fisher Boy®, and Sea Cuisine® — to your table.
The company's earliest pride grew from the legend of the “High Liner.” According to seafaring tradition dating back to the 1850s, the term “High Liner” described the most respected captains in the fleet, whose intimate knowledge of the sea led them around the world to find the best catch of the day. The ship with the largest catch rode the lowest in the water, creating the highest water line on the ship — hence the praise of being known as a “High Liner.”
Today, High Liner Foods continues to maintain those traditions of excellence and will settle for nothing less than bringing you only the highest-quality seafood.
To learn more, visit www.highlinerfoods.com.
At High Liner Foods, sustainability is not an option. It's the answer. We are committed to protecting the earth's resources, respecting the environment, and reducing the environmental impact of our business practices.