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This Nova Scotia fishery is collecting giant scallops sustainably

Climb aboard as fishery owner Alain d’Entremont shows Ricardo how they fish their world-renowned giant scallops.
Chef Ricardo Larrivée delves deep into the world of sustainable scallop fishing in Digby, Nova Scotia. 3:05

In the early morning hours, the fishermen of Digby, Nova Scotia head out to collect their world-renowned giant scallops. Named after this coastal town, Digby Scallops have been fished in the area for 100 years and are inextricably linked to the lives of the locals.

Climb aboard as fishery owner Alain d'Entremont shows Ricardo how this trade has grown into a sustainable tradition.

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