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Live lobster is available year-round from Lobster Supplier holding pounds. 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!

Contact us to help you source a good, steady supply of succulent Wholesale Atlantic Lobster all year-round.

Our Lobster
Lobster from the cold waters of Atlantic Canada
Lobster Preparation
  1. Frozen Lobster.

  2. Cooked Lobster.

  3. Live Lobster.

Shipping Companies We Work With To Make It Possible
Air Canada Cargo
Our experience

Nutrition Facts

Consumers continually face a dilemma of including food in their diets that is both nutritious and good tasting. The meat from a hard-shell lobster is low in fat and carbohydrates while high in protein. In fact, it has less saturated fat, calories and cholesterol than many of our lean favorites such as pork, extra lean beef, and white chicken meat. At less than 100 calories per serving (89% of calories from protein), Canadian Atlantic Lobster is a great meal choice for any diet.


Nutritional Analysis (per 100 g of steamed meat)

Energy 98 cal
Protein 20.57 g
Minerals 1.6 g
Carbohydrates 1.3 g
Fat 0.6 g
Sodium 380 mg
Potassium 352 mg
Cholesterol 72 mg
Calcium 61 mg
Services & products
Global Shipping

We use Fed Ex, Purolator and Air Canada Cargo so your order arrives on time and the quality of your fresh seafood is assured. Please give us at least 4 business days lead time to prepare your order and ship it to your door. We only ship from Monday to Thursday for next day delivery. Weekend delivery are only with West Jet or Air Canada.

Friendly Support

Our sales representatives are friendly and ready to give you price quotes on any amount of lobster needed for your company and destination. Every price quote is specific to our clients needs to save them the most money as possible for a long lasting loyal customer relationship.

Premium Quality

Prized for its hard-shelled and full meat qualities, Atlantic Canada lobster is in demand by food service professionals seeking flavor, consistency and value. Harvested from the pristine waters of the North Atlantic, premium Hard-shell Canadian lobster yields up to 50% more meat than soft shell lobsters.

Lobster Seasons

Lobster fishing seasons are highly regulated and structured to promote sustainability, while obtaining the hardest shelled, full-meat lobster. Lobster seasons vary in Atlantic Canada, but there is always at least one district open.

Holding Tanks

After harvesting, lobsters are carefully maintained in tidal pounds and inland seawater holding tanks that mimic the natural environment. Careful monitoring ensures water purity and optimal temperature as the lobsters are conditioned for travel. This minimizes stress, resulting in a quality product at its prime.


Such a valued natural resource must be protected. Atlantic Canada’s inshore lobster industry sources product from a strictly limited number of independent fishers who tend their own traps and adhere to sustainable harvesting practices.