Geoduck from Canada is one of the most unique seafood delicacies in the world, making them an export favourite. Harvested from the cool, pristine waters of Canada’s Pacific coast, they have earned an international reputation for great taste, fresh flavour and premium quality.

Geoduck (Panopea Generosa) are the largest burrowing clam in the world. Although they can grow to over 10 lbs, most of the ones commercially harvested will range from 2 – 3 lbs. Their fishery is managed through an Individual Vessel Quota (IVQ) system, and each geoduck is individually harvested, making it a truly sustainable food source.  As a product of nature, every geoduck is unique and will vary in size, colour and shape.

A plate of geoduck sashimi is arranged for a photograph at the Taylor Shellfish Farms restaurant in the Sai Ying Pun area of Hong Kong, China, on Friday, June 17, 2016. Geoducks are the largest type of burrowing clam. In terms luxury seafood, they can cost more per pound than abalone, and are especially coveted by Chinese consumers who import almost all of Taylor Shellfish Farms' 1 million-pound annual haul. Photographer: Anthony Kwan/Bloomberg via Getty Images