Scout Atlantic Lobster


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About Scout: Chef Charlotte Langely stands out in the world of tinned seafood; she has a big, robust personality and uses big, robust flavors in her cooking.  And she swears a lot.  Charlotte and her team are forging their path in the canned seafood space using curiosity and a sense of community inspired by Canada’s Scout program, the brand’s namesake. Scout’s mission is to be North America’s most trusted sustainable seafood brand, as they work to cut down on food waste and protect our oceans. 

Chef: Charlotte Langely

Where it's from: MSC Certified lobster from the Eastern Canada Offshore Lobster Fishery.

How it's caught: Scout sources its Lobster right from the docks at their cannery in PEI for a direct chain of custody from boat to can.

Why they're unique: Scout’s fishery partners play a large part in what makes the product special.  The MSC blue fish label on the lobster means that it is wild, traceable, and sustainable.  All of Scout’s lobster is harvested fresh during lobster season and canned right away.  They will never harvest something out of season, push it to the back of the freezer and bring it back out to can later on.

Ingredients: Atlantic lobster claw and knuckle meat, cold-pressed sunflower oil, salted butter.

How it tastes: Like butter-poached joy.  Rich, unctuous, and swimming in butter.

How to use it: Chef Charlotte’s favorite part of the tin process is recipe creation, so Scout’s tins are equally well-suited for open can, put-in-mouth dinners, to gourmet, Instagram-worthy spreads.  Scout’s website features dozens of tin-centric recipes to get your creative juices flowing.

One of Charlotte’s favorite lobster preparations is her classic lobster roll, but she also recommends eating it with a squeeze of lemon, thick-cut potato chips, and champagne.

What you get: One 90g tin.

Scout’s cans are BPA-free and are lined with a lacquer called Organosol, to help maintain the integrity of the can when combined with acidic foods, such as the tomato sauce in the mussels.

Shelf stable. Lasts 2-3 days refrigerated after opened.

WARNING: Consuming this product can expose you to chemicals including lead, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to: