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One of the largest sardine-canning factories in the world is in Blacks Harbour, N.B.

Join chef Ricardo Larrivée as he learns about sustainable fishing and the canning process on Canada's East coast.
Since the 1950s, canned sardines from Canada have become part of the regular diet of millions of Jamaicans. 3:05

Blacks Harbour, N.B. is home to one of the largest sardine-canning factories in the world. ​

David Lomas is vice president of marketing and business development at Connors Bros. His cannery produces over 125 million units of canned seafood goods every year. Lomas believes the cool clean waters of the north Atlantic are the key to making tasty sardines.  

Join chef Ricardo Larrivée as he learns about sustainable fishing and the canning process on Canada's East Coast. 

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