Clams Sea Chopped, Sea Watch
Sea Watch Chopped Sea Clams are a product made from the Atlantic Surf Clam (Spisula solidissima) harvested in US federally regulated waters. The harvest area is called the "Mid-Atlantic Bight" which is roughly a 40,000 square mile area off the coast of Virginia to Massachusetts between 3 miles and 200 miles offshore. The Sea Clam has long been considered the prize of the sea because of its naturally tender texture and sweet flavor. The Atlantic Surf Clam is also a terrific low fat and low cholesterol source of protein.
The Atlantic Surf fishery has been managed by the National Marine Fisheries Services since 1976. This fishery is considered by most in the marine science field as one of the best managed fisheries in the world. Under the Magnuson Stevens Act, stainability is mandated by law.
INGREDIENTS: Sea Clams and Sea Clam Juice and Salt, Sodium Tripolyphosphate, and Calcium Disodium EDTA
Clams - Chopped Sea (based off of 100g) Calories - 30 Protein (g) - 7 Carbohydrates (g) - 0 Fat (9g) - 6 Cholesterol (g) - 15 Sodium (mg) - 150
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