Have you ever heard of abalone? This curious marine food is found in several areas of Spain but, now, it is also born from aquaculture in the University Institute for Research in Sustainable Aquaculture and Marine Ecosystems (IU-Ecoaqua) in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, where they have successfully closed the cycle of their upbringing and production. Do you want to know what it is and how do they get this mollusk? We reveal it to you below.

Spanish products of recognized quality are not only the hams or olive oils. Also among the best canned food in the world we can include many made in Spain. Above all, if we look at Galicia, the cradle of great seafood and fish that are also sold in cans of superlative excellence. We already told you last month about Royal Spanish Conservera, a family that perfectly exemplifies that dedication to offer the market gourmet foods worth trying. Well, today we echo the award they received in the World's Best 101 Canned Food Products from the Sea of this 2021.

A dedicated family during more than 100 years to the sea, to the product and to guarantee the supreme quality with its preserves, awarded worldwide. From the town of Cambados (Pontevedra, Galicia), Royal Spanish Conservera continue offering you some gourmet seafood unmistakable. With craftsmanship, care, passion, respect and even a delicate presentation together with a the packaging elegant, the most authentic marine flavor of the Galician coast arrives at your home in the form of a can. All this, well reflected in the quality seals and certifications that have. Find out what they are after learning more about this Spanish company.

In Spain, Galicia and Huelva are some of the areas where the periwinkles. A few small bites with their terrestrial counterparts that are much better known. The truth is that eating them is a bit cumbersome and even unusual, but the occasion (and the product) deserves it. As if this were not enough, this delicacy of tue It is a snack that you can consume at any time of the year. Maybe his name is a bit is the unknown, but surely as soon as you read a little more, it sounds familiar. Do you want to know this succulent food? Go for it!

Asturias, a beloved and gastronomically rich homeland with a multitude of products from the land itself, it also obtains excellent delicacies from the waters that bathe it. Some are better known, others not so much, as is the case of the lanterns. If you have never heard this name, surely you can get an idea if we already anticipate that it is edible limpets. But not just any, but those that are born and collected on the Asturian coasts. They become an exquisite food whose quote is high. We will tell you more below!

La octopus farming it presents both a breakthrough for science and a danger to the sea. The researchers who made it possible assure that its benefits will be large and that we will be able to protect the species. Meanwhile, other scientists accuse them of solving a problem creating others. Let's discover the keys to this marine animal, whose breeding has been slow 60 years if possible. Will big companies like Pescanova put it up for sale?

In the waters that bathe the Gulf of Cádiz these live bivalve mollusks that are at risk from the capture sneaky and illegal. The coquinas of Huelva They are an autochthonous delicacy of this Andalusian marine area between the two provinces that are dedicated to their collection and purification in a professional way. But these shellfish men want to keep fighting for the award Designation of Origin to the rising product of the Huelva-Cadiz sea. Here we tell you everything about this kind of so exclusive seafood and how it is slaughtered to achieve it.

For almost a decade a new inhabitant has settled on the Spanish coasts, we are talking about the blue crab. This crustacean scientifically known as Callinectes sapidus it is mainly invading the Mediterranean areas. The first specimens were seen in the Ebro delta and later in the Valencian lagoon and Mar Menor. This species - which is a highly valued delicacy in the United States, Mexico, Canada and Japan - does not have a natural predator here. The most advisable thing is that the man be it and incorporate it into his diet. Find out more in this article!

There are less than fifteen days left for the traditional ones to start Christmas feasts in family. And in this last week an alert that was created in 2011 about us suck the head of the prawns. Was the Spanish Agency for Food Safety and Nutrition (AECOSAN) The one that recommended that diners avoid savoring that part of the seafood because of its high levels of a metal. Specifically, cadmium, very toxic to the body and especially to the kidney. Norway lobster, prawns or other crustaceans usually contain this element, so it is advisable to prevent its ingestion in the meals of the Christmas. But is there a real risk that the population should be very concerned about? What other damages to the health appear on these dates?