TIGER CLAMS

Native to Baja, CA, a member of the venus clam family. A wild clam, hand harvested in intertidal zones. Available... [more]

BLOOD CLAMS

Grown in shallow water lagoons and intertidal areas of Estero de Altata in Sinaloa, Mexico. A hand harvested, wild clam.... [more]

MAHOGANY CLAMS

Mahogany clams (Arctica islandica) are delicious hard-shell clams harvested from the deep water off the coast of Maine.  Mahogany clams,... [more]

BAJA CA SHELLFISH

The Pacific Coast of Baja California is influenced by the cold California Current waters producing constant upwelling which brings the... [more]

QUAHOG

Hard clams, native to the eastern shores of North America. Known by many names based on their size – from... [more]

CHERRYSTONE

Large hard shell clams. Ideal for chowders, stuffing, frying and other cooked preparations. We source them from Long Island Sound... [more]

COCKLES

Harvested in the wild off the coast of New Zealand.  Cockles are at their best quality between March and November.... [more]

MANILA

Introduced to the United States from Japan in the early 1900’s.  Most manila clams are farmed on cultured beds in... [more]

PASTA NECK

Small little neck clams, about 25 per pound, farm raised in Florida and Virginia.

VIRGINIA LITTLE NECK

These farm-raised clams and oysters are grown in the high-salinity, oceanflushed waters surrounding the Eastern Shore of Virginia.