Alaskan King Crab is the largest and the most impressive of all crab species, made famous by the National Geographic series The Deadliest Catch.

The remote location and prolific conditions of the Bering Sea insure the pristine conditions of Alaskan King Crab habitat. Wild-caught in the pure icy waters, the crab is unmatched for its delicate sweet flavour, succulent white meat and rich supple texture.

The crab is cleaned, cooked in seawater and blast frozen on board within minutes of the catch, preserving its superior quality, flavour and snow white meat. This process insures the purity of the final product (additives free).

Alaskan King Crab is a healthy source of high quality protein, a rich source of Omega-3 fatty acids, it is low in fat and calories and is highly recommended by nutritionists and dieticians.

Alaskan King Crab adds prestige and value to any menu.

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