Northern Shrimp (Nova Scotia, Wild) by the pound


Product Description

  • Product Form Upon Delivery: cooked/peeled/deveined, ready-to-eat
  • Size: Small (90-150 shrimp per pound)
  • Species: Pandalus borealis, Northern Shrimp
  • Temperature History: FAS, IQF, once-frozen, thawed at 38 F at our facility at the Port of Seattle
  • Taste: sweet, light brine, ocean-fresh finish
  • Texture: firm, tender
  • Origin: Northwest Atlantic Ocean, Canada (Nova Scotia)
  • Catch Method: Trawl with BRD's
  • Availability: year-round
  • Sustainability Rating: Best Choice - Monterey Bay Aquarium Seafood Watch
  • Recommended Preparation: ready-to-eat as is, salads, soups, over-the-top garnish
  • Pack Size: by the pound
  • Nutritional Info (serving size 1/2 pound)  Calories 255, Fat 4.1g, Cholesterol 595mg, Sodium 1395mg, Carbohydrates 0g, Fiber, 0g, Sugars 0g, Protein 48g, Calcium 169mg, Iron 2.9mg, Vitamin A 0mcg, Omega 3's < 50mg

The icy-cold waters of the North Atlantic are nutrient rich and prolific, and Northern Shrimp populations are at healthy levels. These very sustainable, highly nutritious, wild, cooked, and ready-to-eat shrimp are similar to the Oregon Pink shrimp, but are firmer, not as sweet, and larger. That said, this Canadian cold-water shrimp is sweet and ocean-fresh in flavor, and firm yet tender in texture. These shrimp are perfect for salads and they are already cooked and ready-to-eat.