bristol dry scallops

bristol seafood | wild u.s. north atlantic scallops

bristol logo

• THE WORLD’S FIRST FAIR TRADE CERTIFIED™ DOMESTIC SEAFOOD PRODUCT
• ALL NATURAL, ZERO PRESERVATIVES
• TRUE COUNTS WITH NO PIECES OR SPLITS
• CERTIFIED SUSTAINABLE
• TRACEABLE

 

 

SPECIES:
Placopecten Magellanicus

COMMON NAMES:
North Atlantic Sea Scallops

SEASONALITY/AVAILABILITY:
Year Round

REGION:
New England

TASTE AND TEXTURE:
A sweet, mild to rich taste and firm texture

PRODUCT SIZING
1 gallon / 8-lb tubs

  • U-10
  • Jumbo
  • 10/20

PREPARATION:
Great baked, broiled, fried, grilled, poached, sautéed, and smoked

CERTIFIED BY:

Fair Trade Certified, MSC Certified Sustainable Seafood, SQF Institute Certification

Scallops-BGImage_NEW.png

about bristol seafood

Bristol provides quality seafood to people who care about what they eat. Founded in 1992, the company enjoys a nationwide following due to steadfast adherence to its uncompromising Maine standards. Bristol pairs efficiency-building technologies with finishing done the old-fashioned way – by hand. Everything that leaves their facility is hand finished, which means the scallops are hand graded. 

The company is the first and only processor of mussels, scallops, or fillets in the state of Maine to earn a Safe Quality Food Institute certification, and the first company to introduce a Fair Trade certified seafood item harvested in US waters.

SUSTAINABILITY

As a founding member of the Gulf of Maine’s Responsibly Harvested program, and a recipient of MSC’s Chain of Custody standard, Bristol Seafood's customers are guaranteed complete traceability of their purchase, and the knowledge that their seafood was sustainably harvested. Beyond being a certified sustainable product, the utmost attention to quality product is given, and is the reason why they only carry line-caught cod and haddock fillets that are frozen at sea for guaranteed freshness.

Bristol operates a zero-fish-waste facility – all of their byproducts are recycled for future organic usage.

Scallops_Img_FT.png