1. Wild Alaskan Weathervane Scallops
Wild Alaskan Weathervane Scallops
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  • 3 blocks Weathervane Scallops, 20 oz (1 lb 4 oz) 567g each
  • Net Weight: 3 lb 12 oz

Known also as Weathervane or giant Pacific scallops, wild Alaskan scallops are renowned for their size and are the largest scallops available anywhere in the world. With their sweet flavor and melt-in-your-mouth texture, they more than live up to their reputation as the world's finest and freshest scallops. With tender yet firm, buttery meat that is creamy in color and turns opalescent white when cooked, Alaskan scallops lend themselves to a variety of elegant presentations, whether grilled, sautéed, or broiled. These come to you hand-shucked, vacuum-packaged, and flash-frozen in a block.

  • 25–37 scallops per block

  • No added phosphates, water, additives, or preservatives

  • Excellent source of lean protein

  • Weathervane scallops harvested with towed dredges in the Gulf of Alaska and the Bering Sea are a Seafood Watch® Best Choice

  • Product of USA (Alaska)

Ingredients: Weathervane scallops (Patinopecten caurinus). Contains shellfish.

Flash-Frozen is the New Fresh: Much of our seafood comes to you frozen, which means you can enjoy seasonally harvested fish and shellfish any time of the year. Freezing fish rapidly and within hours of catch locks in flavor and freshness, giving us straight-from-the-sea taste without the risk of spoiling. Major advances in rapid-freeze technologies mean seafood can be frozen solid in a matter of seconds, which minimizes damage to cell walls, preserving taste, texture, and moisture levels. The process of freezing seafood has evolved to the point where frozen fish is comparable to—if not better than—fresh. In fact, consumer taste-tests conducted by Oregon State University consistently put frozen seafood on top.

Alaska Seafood is Sustainable Seafood: With more than three million lakes, more than 12,000 rivers, and more coastline than the rest of the U.S. put together, Alaskan waters produce some of the planet's most pure, nutrient-dense seafood. Serving as a model for effective fishery management around the globe, Alaska is the only state in the nation whose constitution mandates that all fisheries be responsibly managed to support continued abundance. And because fish farming is prohibited in Alaska, you can always be certain Alaskan seafood is wild.

Seafood Watch®: Since 1999, the Monterey Bay Aquarium Seafood Watch® program has provided science-based seafood recommendations that help consumers and businesses make purchasing decisions for a healthy ocean. Seafood Watch® has developed the most trusted, rigorous standards for fishing and aquaculture practices worldwide, setting the global bar for ecologically sustainable seafood. Seafood Watch® is a registered service mark of the Monterey Bay Aquarium.