King crab, salt.
Product of Russia
Double Cut Allows for Easy Access to Succelent Meat
King Crab comes from the deep cold waters of the North Pacific. Legendary for its size, brightly colored shell and succulent sweet meat, there's a reason it's called the King. We cook freshly caught King Crab while still at sea. Once on shore, we select the choicest leg and claw portions for our unique Dinner Cut; the shell is cut through on both sides - leaving the meat in one complete succulent piece. Aqua Gold Dinner Cut King Crab Legs & Claws turn crab into a kinfe-and-fork meal.
Delicious served chilled, also suitable for re-heating. Now you can serve the same quality King Crab restaurant chefs prefer.
COMPANY INFORMATION:Packed By:
Aqua Star Operation
2025 First Avenue
Seattle, Washington 98121
United States of America
SOURCE: Food Label
UPDATED ON: 10/7/2007
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