- Famous tiny clams from Galicia
- Hand-packed in brine
- Size - 4 oz/111 g Tin
One of our favorite treats when we visit Santiago de Compostela in Galicia is to order a steaming pot of berberechos. These tiny clams are brimming with the briny flavor of the sea.
Conservas de Cambados offers these delicious little cockles packed in brine. Across Spain it is a tradition to offer canned seafood as a delicacy at restaurants and bars. Great care is taken to prepare and package this delectable seafood in perfect condition, so that when you open a tin you are experiencing the true flavor of fresh seafood.
The seas off the coast of Galicia in Northwest Spain are cool and rich in nutrients, making them an incredible fishing ground. Conservas de Cambados is located close to one of Spain’s largest Rías (estuaries), known as the 'Ría de Arousa'. Their facilities are very close to where the seafood is harvested, so they are able to use the freshest squid and shellfish available.
Cockles, water and salt.
Serving size, 2oz (55g). Servings per container, 1. Calories 39, calories from fat 2. Total fat 0.2g (1%), sat. fat 0g (1%), cholesterol 22mg (8%), sodium 61.6mg (3%), total carbs 0g (0%), fiber 0g (4%), sugars 0g, protein 10g. Vitamin A 3%, Vitamin C 0%, calcium 8%, iron 78%. * Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
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"Not a fan of fresh water clams but these salt water clams were wonderful and will order more."
Denis Kohl - Austin, TX - Jan 24, 2016
"They are very good - but too expensive. I purchased 1 Lb of cockles, put them in a covered pan with 1 Tbsp of Evoo covered until they opened. Let them cool, put in a serving dish, added 2 Tbsp of white vinegar & serve. Cost $8"
Frank - North Branford, Connecticut - Jan 22, 2015
"like the fact that they are in water"
George Punter - Centerville, OH - Mar 31, 2013
"Great product would continue to purchase more but very expensive.Being from the U.K. i allways enjoyed cockles but these are too expensive would pay up to $20 but not $32"
Neville Hammond - Schaumburg, Illinois - Jan 9, 2013