High Liner Foods reports fourth quarter and year end results for 2008



    - Record year resulting from successful integration plan -

    LUNENBURG, NS, Feb. 25 /CNW/ - High Liner Foods Incorporated (TSX:HLF;
HLF.A), a leading North American value-added frozen seafood company, today
reported financial results for the fourteen week period and fiscal year ended
January 3, 2009. All amounts are reported in Canadian dollars.

    
    Financial and operational highlights for the fourth quarter include:
    -  Sales of $177.4 million, including growth of 84.3% in Canadian
       operations and growth of 293.7% in U.S. operations;
    -  Adjusted EBITDA(1) of $9.2 million, an increase of 166.2% compared to
       the fourth quarter of 2007; and
    -  Net income of $4.0 million, or fully diluted earnings per share of
       $0.22, excluding one-time after-tax integration costs of $1.7 million
       ($0.09 per share).

    Financial and operational highlights for the fiscal year include:
    -  Annual sales of $616.0 million, an increase of 123.7% compared to
       fiscal 2007;
    -  Adjusted EBITDA of $37.9 million, an increase of 151.9% compared to
       fiscal 2007;
    -  Net income of $18.3 million, or fully diluted earnings per share of
       $1.00, excluding one-time after-tax integration costs of $4.1 million,
       ($0.23 per share);
    -  Successful completion of the integration of the FPI businesses and the
       achievement of planned synergies; and
    -  Net interest bearing debt reduced to 39.5% of total capitalization
       compared with 45.0% at the fiscal year end of 2007.
    

    "Our strong results in fiscal 2008 reflect a full year of contributions
from the acquired FPI businesses and their successful integration into our
operations," said Henry Demone, President and Chief Executive Officer, High
Liner Foods Inc. "We had a very strong fourth quarter with growth across all
sales channels. As expected, we saw a lift in sales in our retail businesses.
Perhaps more consumers are eating at home in light of the economy, but we are
also executing our business plan with discipline. We also had strong results
from both our U.S. and Canadian food service businesses."

    Financial Results

    Financial results for the fourth quarter and fiscal year ended January 3,
2009 are affected by the inclusion of one additional week compared to the
corresponding periods in fiscal 2007, due to the Company's floating year end.

    
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    (Amounts in thousands of Canadian $ except per share amounts)
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                           Fourteen     Thirteen    Fifty-Three   Fifty-Two
                          Weeks ended  Weeks ended  Weeks ended  Weeks ended
                           January 3,  December 29,  January 3,  December 29,
                              2009         2007         2009         2007
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    Sales                     177,441       68,212      615,993      275,391
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    Adjusted EBITDA             9,188        3,452       37,917       15,054
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    Net income from continuing
     operations                 2,376        1,580       14,192        6,917
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    Net income (loss) from
     discontinued operations;
     net of income tax              -            -            -          372
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    Net income                  2,376        1,580       14,192        7,289
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    Net income excluding
     one-time integration
     costs                      4,036        2,201       18,292        8,171
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    Basic earnings per
     Common Share:
      Net income                 0.13         0.12         0.88         0.58
      Net income excluding
       one-time integration
       costs                     0.22         0.18         1.15         0.67
    Diluted earnings per
     Common Share:
      Net income                 0.13         0.12         0.77         0.57
      Net income excluding
       one-time integration
       costs                     0.22         0.17         1.00         0.66
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    Sales increased 160.1% to $177.4 million for the fourth quarter and
increased 123.7% to $616.0 million for the fiscal year compared to the
corresponding periods in fiscal 2007. The higher sales were primarily due to
the acquisition of FPI's Manufacturing and Marketing Group (the "Acquisition")
late in the fourth quarter of fiscal 2007.
    Excluding the Acquisition, sales increased 33.1% for the quarter and
increased 2.5% for the year. When adjusted for the weaker Canadian dollar,
sales for the quarter, excluding the Acquisition, increased 23.5%, with the
lower average Canadian dollar increasing the value of reported U.S. sales by
approximately $6.0 million. Currency valuations decreased the value of
reported U.S. sales by approximately $1.0 million for the fiscal year.
    Adjusted EBITDA increased 166.2% to $9.2 million for the quarter and
increased 151.9% to $37.9 million for the year. The increases are due to the
added sales volume and resulting higher profits attributable to the
Acquisition. The integration reduced selling, general and administrative
expenses from 14.5% of sales to 10.6% as synergies were realized from
combining sales forces and corporate costs were leveraged over the larger
business.
    Excluding one-time integration costs, net income for the quarter was $4.0
million, or diluted earnings per share ("EPS") of $0.22, compared to $2.2
million, or diluted EPS of $0.17, for the fourth quarter of 2007. For the
year, net income excluding one-time integration costs was $18.3 million, or
diluted EPS of $1.00, compared to $8.2 million, or diluted EPS of $0.66, for
fiscal 2007. The financing of the Acquisition resulted in changes in
depreciation and amortization, interest expense and average shares
outstanding.

    Operational Highlights for the Fourth Quarter

    Canada

    For the quarter, sales in Canadian operations increased 84.3% to $80.2
million from $43.5 million for the fourth quarter of fiscal 2007. The
Acquisition contributed sales of $32.0 million and was primarily responsible
for a 73.8%(2) increase in sales volume for the Canadian operations in the
quarter.
    Excluding the Acquisition, sales at the Canadian operations were up 15.3%
in dollars and 11.3%(2) by volume for the quarter, due to the extra week
included in the fourth quarter of 2008, price increases, and strong retail
demand.

    United States

    The Company's U.S. operations had sales of $97.2 million for the quarter,
an increase of 293.9% from the fourth quarter of 2007. The Acquisition
contributed sales of $62.0 million in sales to the U.S. operations during the
quarter. Sales volume(2) more than doubled compared with the fourth quarter of
2007.
    Excluding the Acquisition, the U.S. operations' sales in Canadian dollars
increased 68.8%, or 21.3% in U.S. dollars. U.S. retail sales benefited from an
extra week of sales, price increases and from strong value-priced offerings,
including Fisher Boy(R) and private label products. Excluding the Acquisition,
sales volume was up 7.0%(2).

    Dividends

    The Company paid its twenty-first consecutive quarterly dividend on
December 15, 2008 to shareholders of record on December 1, 2008. Effective
with this payment the dividend was increased by 13.6% to $0.0625 per Common
Share and per Non-Voting Equity Share.
    On February 25, 2009, the Board of Directors approved a quarterly
dividend of $0.0625 per Common Share and per Non-Voting Equity Share payable
on March 15, 2009 to holders of record on March 1, 2009.

    Liquidity

    The Company has in place a $120 million committed revolving credit
facility with The Royal Bank of Canada and CIT Business Credit Canada Inc, as
agents, maturing in December, 2010. At the end of the quarter borrowings under
this facility were $40.6 million, with over $50 million available for
borrowing based on margin calculations, which is more than sufficient to cover
the Company's expected working capital requirements for the next 12 months.
Subsequent to the end of the quarter, on January 16, 2009, the Bank of
Montreal assumed the position previously held by Landsbanki Islands hf in this
syndicated credit facility.
    The Company has operations in the United States, and monetary assets and
liabilities in Canada, that are denominated in U.S. dollars. Consequently,
assets and liabilities of the consolidated company change as exchange rates
fluctuate. At January 3, 2009 the Canadian/US dollar exchange rate was 1.2107,
compared to $0.9785 on December 29, 2007. The weakening Canadian dollar has
increased the carrying value of items such as accounts receivable, inventory,
fixed assets, and accounts payable. This is particularly noticeable for
inventory, which increased by approximately $18 million at the end of fiscal
2008 due to foreign exchange alone.

    Outlook

    "Our strong performance in 2008 positions us to weather the challenging
economic environment in 2009," said Mr. Demone. "During these volatile times
we will leverage our strong brands and market position in each of our sales
channels to further grow our business. We will be prudent in controlling
expenses. We have a solid balance sheet, a diversified go-to-market strategy,
and have the scale to effectively manage our costs and invest in our future.
In 2009 and beyond, we will be unwavering in the pursuit of our vision and
uncompromising in our focus on exceptional product quality."
    The Company has implemented price increases effective in the first
quarter of 2009 to offset cost increases experienced in late 2008 and expected
in 2009 on two key species and due to a weakened Canadian dollar. High Liner's
talented people, leading brands, worldwide procurement and strength in all key
markets in North America combine to provide High Liner with the opportunity to
continue to grow and to maintain its strong position, despite the uncertain
economic outlook and Canadian dollar volatility.

    Conference Call

    High Liner Foods will host a conference call on Thursday, February 26,
2009 at 2:30 p.m. ET (3:30 p.m. AT) to discuss its 2008 financial results,
including results for the fourth quarter. A live audio webcast of the
conference call will be available at www.highlinerfoods.com. To access the
conference call by telephone, dial 416-644-3417 or 1-800-732-9303. Please
connect approximately ten minutes prior to the beginning of the call to ensure
participation. The conference call will be archived for replay until Thursday,
March 5, 2009 at midnight. To access the archived conference call, dial
416-640-1917 or 1-877-289-8525 and enter the reservation number 21295379
followed by the number sign.

    Financial Statements

    For convenience, this press release includes the Company's Fiscal Fourth
Quarter Balance Sheets and Statements of Income, Statements of Comprehensive
Income, Statements of Retained Earnings and Statements of Cash Flows.



    
                        HIGH LINER FOODS INCORPORATED
                            As at January 3, 2009
             (with comparative figures as at December 29, 2007)

                         CONSOLIDATED BALANCE SHEETS
                     (in thousands of Canadian dollars)

                                                      January 3, December 29,
                                                           2009         2007
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    ASSETS
      Current:
        Cash                                          $   7,032        7,064
        Accounts receivable                              63,873       68,662
        Income tax receivable                                45        2,414
        Inventories                                     146,863      110,521
        Prepaid expenses                                  1,782        1,712
        Future income taxes                               1,533        1,302
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      Total current assets                              221,128      191,675
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      Property, plant and equipment                      59,016       57,515
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      Other:
        Future income taxes                                 833        1,677
        Other assets                                        133           66
        Employee future benefits                          3,477        6,759
        Intangible assets                                24,065            -
        Goodwill                                         30,767            -
        Intangible assets and goodwill                        -       42,762
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                                                         59,275       51,264
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                                                        339,419      300,454
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    LIABILITIES AND SHAREHOLDERS' EQUITY
      Current:
        Bank loans                                       39,931       61,280
        Accounts payable and accrued liabilities         73,611       51,068
        Income taxes payable                              2,443          437
        Current portion of capital lease obligations        458          603
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      Total current liabilities                         116,443      113,388
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      Long-term debt                                     63,939       51,709
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      Long-term capital lease obligations                   513          259
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      Other long-term liabilities                         2,112            -
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      Employee future benefits                              563        4,227
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      Shareholders' Equity:
        Preference shares                                     -       50,270
        Common shares                                   109,787       58,800
        Contributed surplus                                 364          490
        Retained earnings                                49,897       40,112
        Accumulated other comprehensive income           (4,199)     (18,801)
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                                                        155,849      130,871
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                                                        339,419      300,454
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                        HIGH LINER FOODS INCORPORATED
        For the fourteen and fifty-three weeks ended January 3, 2009
    (with comparative figures for the thirteen and fifty-two weeks ended
                             December 29, 2007)

                      CONSOLIDATED STATEMENTS OF INCOME
        (in thousands of Canadian dollars, except per share amounts)

                                                          Fifty-      Fifty-
                                Fourteen    Thirteen       three         two
                                   Weeks       Weeks       Weeks       Weeks
                                    2008        2007        2008        2007
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    Sales                      $ 177,441   $  68,212   $ 615,993   $ 275,391
    Cost of sales                139,142      50,688     481,382     203,259
    Distribution expenses          9,926       5,096      37,041      20,211
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    Gross profit                  28,373      12,428      97,570      51,921
    Commission income               (137)         33         625          33
    Selling, general and
     administrative expenses     (20,066)    (10,073)    (65,513)    (39,809)
    Foreign exchange (loss)
     gain                           (847)        238      (1,234)       (170)
    Business acquisition
     integration costs            (1,862)       (895)     (4,879)     (1,286)
    Amortization of
     intangibles assets             (477)          -      (1,383)          -
    (Loss) gain on disposal
     of assets and other
     expense                        (360)        321        (486)        282
    Interest expense:
      Short-term                    (744)       (127)     (2,695)       (173)
      Long-term                   (1,167)       (172)     (3,768)       (212)
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    Income from continuing
     operations before income
     taxes                         2,713       1,753      18,237      10,586
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    Income taxes
      Current                        135         597      (3,002)     (2,505)
      Future                        (472)       (770)     (1,043)     (1,164)
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    Total income taxes from
     continuing operations          (337)       (173)     (4,045)     (3,669)
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    Net income from continuing
     operations                    2,376       1,580      14,192       6,917
    Net income from
     discontinued operations;
     net of income tax                 -           -           -         372
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    Net income                     2,376       1,580      14,192       7,289
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    PER SHARE INFORMATION
    Earnings per Common Share
      Basic from continuing
       operations                   0.13        0.12        0.88        0.55
      Basic from discontinued
       operations                      -           -           -        0.03
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      Basic, net income             0.13        0.12        0.88        0.58
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      Diluted from continuing
       operations                   0.13        0.12        0.77        0.54
      Diluted from discontinued
       operations                      -           -           -        0.03
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      Diluted, net income           0.13        0.12        0.77        0.57
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    Average shares outstanding
     for the period
      Basic                   18,521,005  10,705,988  15,059,296  10,443,281
      Diluted                 18,521,784  11,067,686  18,203,100  10,591,693
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                        HIGH LINER FOODS INCORPORATED
        For the fourteen and fifty-three weeks ended January 3, 2009
    (with comparative figures for the thirteen and fifty-two weeks ended
                             December 29, 2007)

           CONSOLIDATED STATEMENTS OF COMPREHENSIVE INCOME (LOSS)
                     (in thousands of Canadian dollars)

                                                          Fifty-      Fifty-
                                Fourteen    Thirteen       three         two
                                   Weeks       Weeks       Weeks       Weeks
                                    2008        2007        2008        2007
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    Net income for the period      2,376       1,580      14,192       7,289
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    Other comprehensive income,
     net of future income taxes
      Unrealized foreign
       exchange gains (losses)
       of self-sustained
       foreign operations (net
       of nil taxes in 2008
       and 2007)                   7,013      (1,094)      9,093      (3,512)
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      Net gain (loss) on
       derivative financial
       instruments designated
       as cash flow hedges
       (net of $2.6 million
       income tax expense and
       a $3.6 million income
       tax expense for the
       fourteen and fifty-
       three weeks in 2008;
       $0.5 million and
       $1.6 million tax
       recovery for the thirteen
       and fifty-two weeks in
       2007, respectively)         4,785      (1,071)      7,045      (3,245)
      Net loss (gain) on
       derivatives designated as
       cash flow hedges in prior
       periods transferred to net
       income in the current
       period (net of $0.8
       million and $0.8 million
       income tax recovery for
       the fourteen and fifty-
       three weeks in 2008;
       $0.5 million and $0.6
       million of income tax
       recovery for the thirteen
       and fifty-two weeks in
       2007)                      (1,490)        863      (1,536)      1,085
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      Change in gains and losses
       on derivatives designated
       as cash flow hedges         3,295        (208)      5,509      (2,160)
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    Other comprehensive income
     (loss)                       10,308      (1,302)     14,602      (5,672)
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    Comprehensive income          12,684         278      28,794       1,617
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                        HIGH LINER FOODS INCORPORATED
        For the fourteen and fifty-three weeks ended January 3, 2009
    (with comparative figures for the thirteen and fifty-two weeks ended
                             December 29, 2007)

                CONSOLIDATED STATEMENTS OF RETAINED EARNINGS
                     (in thousands of Canadian dollars)

                                                          Fifty-      Fifty-
                                Fourteen    Thirteen       three         two
                                   Weeks       Weeks       Weeks       Weeks
                                    2008        2007        2008        2007
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    Balance, beginning of
     period                       48,633      39,356      40,112      36,106
    Net income for the period      2,376       1,580      14,192       7,289
    Dividends:
      Common shares               (1,157)       (520)     (3,244)     (2,073)
      Series A preference shares       -           -        (774)          -
      Second preference shares         -        (304)       (166)     (1,210)
    Share issuance expenses           45           -        (223)          -
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    Balance, end of period        49,897      40,112      49,897      40,112
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                        HIGH LINER FOODS INCORPORATED
    For the fourteen and fifty-three weeks ended January 3, 2009
    (with comparative figures for the thirteen and fifty-two weeks ended
                             December 29, 2007)

                    CONSOLIDATED STATEMENTS OF CASH FLOWS
                     (in thousands of Canadian dollars)

                                                          Fifty-      Fifty-
                                Fourteen    Thirteen       three         two
                                   Weeks       Weeks       Weeks       Weeks
                                    2008        2007        2008        2007
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    Cash provided by (used in)
     operations:
      Net income from
       continuing operations
       for the period              2,376       1,580      14,192       6,917
      Charges (credits) to
       income not involving
       cash from operations:
        Depreciation and
         amortization              2,482         825       8,311       3,087
        Loss on disposal of
         assets                      356          86         448          89
        Stock compensation
         expense                       -        (114)        (81)        135
        Payments of employee
         future benefits in
         excess of expense            35          30        (523)         19
        Unrealized foreign
         exchange (gain) loss        263         144         475        (442)
        Future income taxes          472         770       1,043       1,164
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      Cash flow from operations
       before changes in
       non-cash working capital    5,984       3,321      23,865      10,969
      Net change in non-cash
       working capital balances      294        (339)      3,464      (1,416)
      Operating activities of
       discontinued operations         -           -           -         375
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                                   6,278       2,982      27,329       9,928
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    Cash provided by (used in)
     financing activities:
      Net change in current
       bank loans                 (5,614)     57,705     (29,254)     53,760
      Issuance of long-term debt
       related to acquisition          -      53,625           -      53,625
      Repayment of capital lease
       obligations                   (99)        (96)       (519)       (418)
      Dividends paid:
        Second Preference              -        (304)       (166)     (1,210)
        Series A Preference            -           -        (774)          -
        Common                    (1,157)       (520)     (3,244)     (2,073)
      Share issuance expenses        (55)          -        (323)          -
      Repurchase of capital
       stock                        (369)          -        (402)          -
      Issue of equity shares           2          41         993         419
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                                  (7,292)    110,451     (33,689)    104,103
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    Cash provided by (used in)
     investing activities:
      Purchase of property,
       plant and equipment (net
       of investment tax
       credits)                   (2,782)     (1,545)     (4,671)     (3,019)
      Proceeds of unwound
       foreign exchange
       contracts                   7,436           -       7,436           -
      Net expenditures on
       disposal of assets              4          27         (25)        (17)
      Use of investment tax
       credits                       462        (373)      1,368       1,516
      Acquisition of business          -    (100,479)          -    (100,479)
      Business acquisition
       adjustment and costs            7      (2,903)      1,765      (4,246)
      Change in other
       receivables                   (67)        (55)        (67)        (61)
      Investing activities of
       discontinued operations         -          54           -         333
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                                   5,060    (105,274)      5,806    (105,973)
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    Foreign exchange impact on
     cash                            274      (1,202)        522      (1,234)
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    Increase (decrease) in cash
     during the period             4,046       8,159        (554)      8,058
    Cash, beginning of period      2,712         107       7,064         240
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    Cash, end of period            7,032       7,064       7,032       7,064
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    About High Liner Foods Incorporated

    High Liner Foods Incorporated is a leading North American processor and
marketer of prepared, value-added frozen seafood. High Liner's branded
products are sold throughout the United States, Canada and Mexico under the
High Liner(R), Fisher Boy(R), Mirabel(R), Royal Sea(R), and Sea Cuisine(TM)
labels, and are available in most grocery and club stores. The Company also
sells its High Liner(R), FPI(R) and Mirabel(R) food service products to
restaurants and institutions, and is a major supplier of private label seafood
products to North American food retailers and food service distributors. High
Liner Foods is a publicly traded Canadian company, trading under the symbols
HLF and HLF.A on the Toronto Stock Exchange.

    This document contains forward-looking statements, including sales,
earnings, marketing, and profitability comments for 2009 and beyond. These
statements contain words such as "anticipate", "expect", "could", "should",
"may", "plans", "will", or similar expressions that are based on and arise out
of our experience, our perception of trends, current conditions and expected
future developments as well as other factors. The statements are not a
guarantee of future performance. By their nature, forward-looking statements
involve uncertainties and risks that the forecasts and targets will not be
achieved.
    Readers are cautioned not to place undue reliance on forward-looking
statements, as a number of important factors, as discussed herein and in our
other continuous disclosure documents, could cause actual results to differ
materially from those expressed in such forward-looking statements. We include
in publicly available documents filed from time to time with securities
commissions and The Toronto Stock Exchange, a thorough discussion of the risk
factors that can cause anticipated outcomes to differ from actual outcomes. We
disclaim any intention or obligation to update or revise forward-looking
statements.

    For further information about the Company, please visit our Internet site
at www.highlinerfoods.com or send an e-mail to investor@highlinerfoods.com.

    
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    (1) Adjusted earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and
        amortization, business acquisition costs, other income and non-
        operating transactions as disclosed on the consolidated statements of
        income. Management believes that EBITDA is a useful performance
        measure as it approximates cash generated from operations, before
        capital expenditures and changes in working capital and excludes
        unusual items. EBITDA also assists comparison among companies as it
        eliminates the differences in earnings due to how a company is
        financed. The calculation of Adjusted EBITDA follows the recently
        issued general principles and guidance for reporting EBITDA issued by
        the Canadian Institute of Chartered Accountants.
    (2) As measured in volume (pounds)
    

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For further information:

For further information: Kelly Nelson, Vice President Corporate Services
& Chief Financial Officer, High Liner Foods Incorporated, Tel: (902) 634-8811,
investor@highlinerfoods.com; Trevor Heisler, Investor Relations, The Equicom
Group Inc., Tel: (416) 815-0700 ext. 270, theisler@equicomgroup.com


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