Our Promise

Recognizing Indigenous Tradition

Canada’s seal harvest exists because of indigenous communities. Inuit wisdom and experience defines the cultural and economic importance of seal harvesting. DPA GOLD respects the indigenous roots of Canada’s harvest.

Nunavut Tunngavik

We Promise Safety and Quality

We have made over 6 billion capsules and shipped to every continent except Antarctica. But we still test every lot of oil and capsules. So you don't need to worry about quality and safety – that's our promise. But don't take our word. Trust our many approvals and registrations.

Humane and Sustainable Harvest

We Promise a Humane and Sustainable Harvest

For 500 years, generations of east coast communities have harvested harp seals. We respect the need for a humane, professional and sustainable seal harvest. Sealers have training, experience and licences. They harvest harp seals based on practices created by veterinarians.

Get the Facts

Harp seals are not endangered

98% of seals are harvested humanely

(Canadian Veterinary Medical Association, 2005)

Baby seals are not harvested

Harp seals are full use animals

Pelts for garments, blubber for omega-3 oil and meat for food.

…the harp seal population is at a near record high with an estimated eight million individuals. Current harvest levels pose no threat to the long-term health of the species at this time.

— World Wildlife Fund Canada, 2012

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