Clams - Hard Shell, Blood, Wild, USA (10lb Bag)

  • Clams - Hard Shell, Blood, Wild, USA (10lb Bag)

    $150.00 / bag
    Total: $150.00


Exotic Blood Clams get their name from their high level of hemoglobin. They are larger and more oblong than Littlenecks, with a black, hairy material covering part of the shell. Their deliciously crisp succulence – not quite as briny as Littlenecks or Cherrystones – makes them a rather unique clam.


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Taste & Texture

  • Rich
  • Very Firm

Cooking Methods

  • Raw
  • Bake
  • Broil
  • Steam
  • Poach

Nutritional Facts

Protein (g)17
Omega 3 (mg)200
Total Fat (g)1.5

Region & Fishery

Fun Fact

Blood Clams are thirsty little fellows. That’s why they filter 40 liters of sea water per day, a larger amount than most shellfish.

Product Preparation

The rich, sweet flavor and firm, chewy texture of Blood Clams makes them the perfect candidate for acid cooking in ceviche – which is popular in Peru. They also steam beautifully, finished with a simple squeeze of lemon or lime.

Product Nutrition

Blood Clams are exceptionally high in Vitamin B12 content with traces of Iron and Zinc.

Nutrition Facts

AmountPercent Daily Value
Cholesterol (mg)80 27%
Sodium (mg)95 4%
Potassium (mg)470 13%
Total Carbohydrate (g)6 2%
Percent Daily Value
Vitamin A10%

Info Source U.S. Food and Drug Administration