For 100 gram serving (3.5 oz) raw, edible portion
Calories from fat 9.0
Protein grams 17.4
Fat grams 1.0
Saturated fat grams 0.1
Sodium milligrams 295.0
Cholesterol milligrams 59.0
Omega-3 grams 0.3
*Source: The Advanced Seafood Handbook. Seafood Business, Publisher, Rockland, MA, 1992.
- Out of Stock
Only second best to shelling your own.
Oregon is famous for Dungeness Crab, and it is one of the most highly sought after seafoods. Dungeness crab is to Oregon what lobster is to Maine.
The last several crab seasons have seen extremely high demand and record market prices. It has become hard to come by in the can and is in short supply.
We offer Dungeness Crab when there is a fresh supply from our processor, typically once a year in January or February. If you would like to be notified when we will have crab back in stock, please subscribe to our newsletter, email us or call customer service to be put on the back order list. Due to high demand, we usually sell out in just a few days.
Packed with water, salt and citric acid (to preserve color).
Half cases are 12 cans, cases are 24 cans.
*Please note that the label states 4 oz, these are 4 oz. of meat in a 6 oz. can, with water and citric acid to prevent browning.
Oregon Dungeness Crab 4 oz.$60.00 – $360.00
A smoked treat harvested fresh in Coos Bay, OR and smoked the old-fashioned way in a traditional smokehouse. Fresh oysters are brined with spices and smoked over alderwood coals.
Grown and harvested in Coos Bay, Oregon.
Cases are 24 cans. Half cases are 12 cans.
Smoked Pacific Oysters 7.5 oz.$49.85 – $299.00