Wilde Wadoesters

Blissful Salty Wild Oysters - The Best Alive

Wild oysters are harvested by hand by traditional Wadvissers on the beds of wild oysters in the Wadden Sea. They are Japanese oysters (Crassostrea gigas), a species widely cultivated all over the world. In France the species is called "Creuse": these oysters arrived in the Wadden Sea around 1980 and large schools spread throughout the Wad. Subsequently, large oyster beds were created on the Wadden Sea. At low tide the oyster beds emerge and the fishermen can collect them; then, on the shore in Lauwersoog, the oysters are cleaned, selected and packaged.

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