Molluscs are animals with a soft body and no spine. Molluscs are often covered with a shell. Many molluscs live in water. Examples of molluscs include; Clams, Cockles, Oysters and Cuttlefish.

Mussels

Mussels are produced in many areas around the UK, including Scotland, Wales, Ireland, Cornwall and Devon. With the exception of Scottish cultivated...

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Native Oysters

Native Oysters have a legal season to purchase from 1st September to 31st March, the rest of the year they are spawning. Native Oysters are usually...

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Rock Oysters

There are many brands of the Pacific Rock Oyster species, all of which are visually different, and on most occassions the taste is affected by the ...

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Cockles

Cockles are a Benthic (sea bed residing), crustacean, found in saltwater. Cockles are hand gathered or light dredged and MSC certification is avail...

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Clams – Palourde

Clams – Parlourde are also known as Carpet Shell Clams. Clams are molluscs and are cultivated on the South Coast of the UK, in the North East...

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Razor Clam

Razor clams are so called because their shape resembles a cut-throat razor.  They are typically collected by hand and MSC certified. Razor Clams a...

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