The hamlet of Resolute Bay is a tiny Arctic village in the Nunavut territory of Canada with a population that hovers at or below 300. Over hundreds of perhaps even thousands of years, the traditional Inuit diet in Resolute Bay and elsewhere has been dictated by the Arctic environment. The diet is typically low on fresh fruits and vegetables. It's also high in sea game, including caribou, muskox, seal, whale, and fish, that may be eaten cooked, raw, fermented or frozen. The only way to get to Resolute Bay is by small plane — or large boat when the sea ice breaks up in the summer months. Fruits, vegetables, and supermaket goods are shipped in, though shipments may be delayed by bad weather.