Oysters - Live, Pacific, North Bay, Farmed, USA

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  • Qty
    $27.75 / dozen
    Total: $55.50
  • Qty
    $95.00 / 60ct
    Total: $95.00


Washington State’s North Bay Oysters have a good meat-to-shell ratio. That’s means they’re fat, plump and full of succulent liquor. You’ll also enjoy a mild brine, with a subtle melon-like finish that’s exquisite.

Pacific Oysters Sustainability Information


Crassostrea gigas





Taste & Texture

  • Mild, Moderate
  • Very Firm

Cooking Methods

Nutritional Facts

Protein (g)10
Omega 3 (mg)700
Total Fat (g)4

Region & Fishery

Where From

Case Inlet, Puget Sound

Fun Fact

When baby oysters attach themselves to a hard material, like an oyster shell, they are called “spat.”

Product Preparation

North Bay Oysters are wonderful raw on the half shell, with a lemon and horseradish accompaniment. You may also broil or roast them with subtle herbs and butter, as well as fry or stuff them with seasoned breadcrumb.

Product Nutrition

North Bay Oysters deliver a good source of Selenium, Zinc, Iron and Magnesium and B Vitamins, as well as Omega-3 fatty acids. They are also low in fat and high in protein.

Fulton Fish Market - How to Shuck Oysters

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Nutrition Facts

AmountPercent Daily Value
Cholesterol (mg)80 27%
Sodium (mg)300 13%
Potassium (mg)220 6%
Total Carbohydrate (g)6 2%
Percent Daily Value
Vitamin C6%

Info Source U.S. Food and Drug Administration