Limited Reserve Alaska Jumbo Spot Shrimp
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Jumbo spot shrimp are the largest, and most sought-after shrimp in all of Alaska. Caught in icy, glacier-fed waters, these premium prawns are hailed for their excellent flavor and prodigious size.
*Please note: The largest sizes of Spot shrimp often carry roe, or eggs. This roe is full of flavor and can be incorporated into recipes, or can be easily removed before preparation.
NOTE: 1 box is 2.2 lbs. In each box you should receive between 26 to 40 shrimp.
This product ships frozen with dry ice and is ready to be held in your freezer. When you're ready to prepare, make sure to thaw under refrigeration for 12 to 24 hours prior to your meal.
This item delivers overnight via FedEx, from Alaska. You may choose your delivery date during checkout. Orders placed before 11am Alaska Time (M - Th) can be delivered as soon as tomorrow.
FishEx ships all orders via FedEx, at a flat rate low cost of $39*. However, orders of $400 or more qualify for FREE* shipping.
*Some (rural) areas require PRIORITY Flat-Rate shipping, which costs $68. HAWAII Flat-Rate shipping costs $89. All major US cities qualify for FREE shipping on orders over $400. Rural zones & Hawaii do not qualify for free shipping, but will receive a $39 credit when the order value is over $400.
Additional Product Info
Our Captain's Limited Reserve jumbo spot shrimp are packaged in 2.2 lb. boxes and contain an average of 26 to 40 shrimp per box. They are headless, uncooked, and flash-frozen at sea to ensure the best quality.
Frozen, vacuum-sealed, spot shrimp can be stored in your freezer for several months. Spot shrimp can be thawed under refrigeration about 12 hours before preparation. The vacuum-sealed packages can also be ran under cold water to speed the thawing process up considerably.
A one pound package would be good for 2 to 3 people if serving with other entree additions. If serving as a "shrimp feast" then about twice this amount would suffice.
Shrimp are an extremely good source of protein, and are very low in fat & calories, making them a healthy choice of "all-around" food. Although shrimp have a high cholesterol content, they are low in saturated fat. Shrimp contain a good amount of omega-3 fatty acids that help prevent against heart disease, circulatory diseases and many other types of illnesses. Shrimp also contains high levels of vitamin B12, zinc, iodine, phosphorous, potassium, selenium and iron, and have smaller quantities of calcium, magnesium and sodium.
Spot shrimp are commercially harvested from October through January, in Alaska, using traps that are dropped to the ocean's bottom. Spot shrimp are found in the Pacific Ocean from Alaska to California.