To All Oysters
Skagit Bay, WA
The oysters grown on our farm have a distinctive low salinity with a deep, round cup and a well-formed hinge. Their meats have lots of fat making them abundantly plump which compliments their lingering cucumber finish perfectly.
- Specie:Crassostrea gigas
- Origin:Skagit Bay, WA(USA)
- Farmed: 3 years
- Average Size:2.5"
Plump meats, low salinity, and a clean cucumber finish
We use a flip-bag system on intertidal beds. The oysters in our system are constantly being turned by wave and tidal action, which gives them a very deep dish and a smooth hard shell.
- Tides:Skagit bay is an extremely nutrient rich body of water. The bay is fed by glacier melt rivers along with direct ocean tidal exchange coming from Deception Pass. Skagit Bay is one of the cleanest bays in the state of Washington.
- Bottom:Sand and mud
Skagit Shellfish has been in business for over 35 years. We strive for sustainability in multiple forms, we have recently started using degradable insulated packaging to replace styrofoam and are testing biodegradable oyster netting.