Native to Baja, CA, a member of the venus clam family. A wild clam, hand harvested in intertidal zones. Available... [more]
Grown in shallow water lagoons and intertidal areas of Estero de Altata in Sinaloa, Mexico. A hand harvested, wild clam.... [more]
Mahogany clams (Arctica islandica) are delicious hard-shell clams harvested from the deep water off the coast of Maine. Mahogany clams,... [more]
The Pacific Coast of Baja California is influenced by the cold California Current waters producing constant upwelling which brings the... [more]
Hard clams, native to the eastern shores of North America. Known by many names based on their size – from... [more]
Native to North America, hard-shell clams are both farmed and collected in the wild on the U.S. east coast and... [more]
Soft shell clams. They are great steamed, fried or in clam chowder. They are a staple item for New England... [more]
Large hard shell clams. Ideal for chowders, stuffing, frying and other cooked preparations. We source them from Long Island Sound... [more]
Harvested in the wild off the coast of New Zealand. Cockles are at their best quality between March and November.... [more]
Introduced to the United States from Japan in the early 1900’s. Most manila clams are farmed on cultured beds in... [more]
Small little neck clams, about 25 per pound, farm raised in Florida and Virginia.
These farm-raised clams and oysters are grown in the high-salinity, oceanflushed waters surrounding the Eastern Shore of Virginia.
Cedar Key clams are farmed in the clean waters of the Gulf surrounding the islands.
Farmed in remote bays along the West Coast of Mexico’s Baja Peninsula. Generally about 15 to 20 per pound, the... [more]