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Crab - Cooked, Stone Claws, Wild, USA, Large

In stock
About 3 Claws per Pound
Suggested Serving Size: 1.5lbs per Person
Cooked
Wild
$53.10
/ lb
1 lb

Our Stone Crab Claws have a mildly sweet flavor and tender texture.  If you like Jonah Crab you will love Stone Crabs.  Delivered to you fully cooked makes our Stone Crab Claws perfect for your next BBQ. Simply grill until heated, and serve with melted butter.  Time to get cracking!

  • Our Stone Crabs are wild-caught and cooked right on the boat, or as soon as they arrive at the dock.
  • We source our Stone Crabs from the waters of coastal Florida.
  • Stone crabs are able to regrow their claws after being removed.
Amount | % Daily Value
Amount | % Daily Value

Calories

71

Protein (g)

18


Serving Size

3.5 oz

Sodium (mg)

353 | 15


Calories from Fat

N/A

Saturated Fat

N/A


Cholesterol (mg)

53 | 18

Total Carbohydrate (g)

0 | 0


Calcium

0

Total Fat (g)

0


Iron

0

Vitamin A

0


Omega 3 (mg)

N/A

Vitamin C

0


Potassium

N/A

Amount/% Daily Value

Calories:

71


Serving Size:

3.5 oz


Calories from Fat:

N/A


Cholesterol (mg)

53 | 18


Calcium

0


Iron

0


Omega 3 (mg)

N/A


Potassium

N/A


Protein (g)

18


Sodium (mg)

353 | 15


Saturated Fat

N/A


Total Carbohydrate (g)

0 | 0


Total Fat (g)

0


Vitamin A

0


Vitamin C

0

Info Source: myfitnesspal.com

Species Name
Menippe mercenaria
Other Names
Florida Stone Crab
Country of Origin
USA
Body of Water
Mid-South Florida, both coasts
How to Prepare

Our fully cooked Stone Crab Claws are ready to be grilled, broiled, or steamed.

Seasonality
January, February, March, April, May, October, November, December
Fabrication (Cut)
NA (no fabrication required)

Product Questions

Stone Crab season is October 15 thru May 15

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Our fully cooked Stone Crab Claws are not frozen and will arrive cold to the touch (under 40 degrees).

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There are approximately 3 claws per pound.

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