Clams are a great way to enjoy the refreshing taste of the sea even when you’re miles inland.

These little molluscs can be found in both freshwater and marine environments and have a rich, slightly sweet, oceanic flavour.

How to Cook

Clams make a beautifully light starter when scrubbed clean and cooked simply in a pot with garlic, lemon, and olive oil. And of course, let’s not forget they are a vital component of the Italian classic Spaghetti alla Vongole.

However, for a heartier meal, you could look stateside for inspiration and try your hand at a New England clam chowder. Add your clams to a creamy broth of bacon, diced potatoes, and herbs for a comforting American staple.

What to Drink

Clams and a highly acidic Sauvignon Blanc or a dry rosé are a match made in heaven.

But if serving with a creamy sauce, a white burgundy makes a delightful accompaniment.

Nutritional Information (per 100g serving)

Energy 86 kcal
Fat 1g
Protein 15g
Rich in Vitamins B12 and C, iron and omega-3 fatty acids


When raw, the shells of healthy clams will be closed. Discard any that are open before cooking.

Once you have cooked your clams, discard any that haven’t opened within the suggested cooking time. These will not be good to eat.


All our fresh and frozen fish and seafood arrives at your door vacuum packed. This helps to ensure that it stays fresh and is easy to store in your fridge or freezer.


All fresh fish should be stored in the refrigerator at a temperature of between 1 and 4°C and consumed by the date given on its packaging.


All orders will arrive within 1-2 working days, except for some local deliveries within Sussex which are shipped the same day via our own transport.

All deliveries are made before 5.30 pm.

We offer free delivery to all UK postcodes on orders over £40.

Be sure to check out our Spaghetti Alle Vongole with Fresh Clams Recipe, which is super easy but absolutely delicious! 

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