Raincoast Trading sells premium quality, wild canned tuna and salmon caught from well-managed and regulated Pacific Northwest fisheries along the coast of Washington, Oregon, British Columbia and Alaska. The family-run company catches albacore tuna using a "hook and line" method and catches salmon using portable fishing traps, avoiding unwanted marine habitat and species destruction. Raincoast Trading tins are 100 percent bisphenol A-free and product labels are printed with soy-based inks. Raincoast Trading all natural canned seafood products are available in most natural and organic stores across North America.
Raincoast Trading kicked off a contest today offering seafood lovers in Canada and the United States a chance to win a year’s worth of sustainable, all natural canned tuna and salmon for two from now until Earth Day April 22, 2011. The twelve-month seafood supply has a retail value of more than $1,000 and is based on two servings of tuna and salmon a week per person, which is the recommended consumption by dieticians and nutritionists.
Entering the Win A Year’s Worth of Raincoast Trading Sustainable Canned Tuna and Salmon Contest is easy and chances to win are based on the number of entries. There are five ways to enter.Enter often!
Raincoast Trading’s Win A Year’s Worth of Sustainable Canned Seafood Contest grand prize consists of 208 tins of tuna and salmon (104 cans of Albacore Tuna and 104 cans of Pink Salmon, Skinless Boneless). This quantity is the equivalent of four cans of seafood a week for a year for two people. The serving size of each can is 150 grams.