The clams that go into these tins are so sought-after we've had difficulty keeping them in stock. Why? Because of the transportive nature of the highest quality food, that's why.
THE clams in brine that got a shout-out on NPR member station KCRW. Good Food host Evan Kleiman professed her love for them as a way of getting (just about) as much flavor into her chowder as with fresh clams, but with far more ease
Donostia Foods Clams in Brine (almejas al natural), produced in Galicia in northwest Spain are plump clams picked from the sea and carefully cooked and packed in only water and salt to retain the flavors of the fresh catch.
"Best clams I have tasted. The clams are exceptional. The can is somewhat difficult to open." - Patrick R., clam connoisseur whose difficulties have been resolved by our easiest open Easy-Open Can Opener
Serve with a spritz of lemon beside a cold lager to transport yourself to a table in a Spanish plaza, relaxing in the late afternoon sun.
You want the best flavor-to-prep time ratio? Go with our Tinned Clams & Chili Garlic Sauce Served in the Tin, for Fun serving suggestion. A top tier tapa in under a minute.
You'll save 50% compared to similar clams in brine purchased elsewhere because we import them directly ourselves, and we do our best to bring you the best products at reasonable prices, with personalized, actual-human customer service mixed in for good measure.
SATISFACTION GUARANTEE: If you're not satisfied with your order, simply send us an email within 30 days and we'll replace your order or issue a full refund.
Ingredients: clams, water, salt. Net Weight: 4 ounces/111 grams. 25 tins per factory case. Nutritional information.