MusselsEnjoy a rich and flavorful snack anytime of the day with this pack of Mussels in Pickled Sauce. They are farm raised and put in a 4 oz container with spices, vinegar, salt, and soybean oil to provide you with a delectable treat which can be used a variety of ways. PAYPAY mussels are rich in protein and omega-3s and can be used to create a wonderful bruschetta appetizer, mouth-watering tapas or a marinated salad. They come in an easy-to-open can with a peel-away lid.TunaAlso called Bonito, Albacore or White tuna, this tuna is highly appreciated for its meat, and its economic importance among Galician, Asturian, Cantabrian, and Basque fishermen. It is a voracious predator that feeds on sardines, anchovies, or horse mackerel which it attacks in groups.Stuffed SquidSquid is one of the perfect ingredients to add to a low calorie diet since it only has about 80 calories per 100 grams. Try this classic preparation of squid together with its ink, which, accompanied by white rice or fried potatoes, are one of the wonders of our gastronomy.Surimi EelsEel-shaped fish produced through the processing of white fish meat has origins that go back to Japan where it has been produced and sold for over half a century. These baby eels are hand-prepared and packed in oil. This gourmet food is the perfect experience for those who are interested in Spain’s culture. Serve it on crusty bread, or eat it on a flavorful Torta de Aciete. It’s great on sliced bread with mayonnaise and some red peppers. It’s a very healthy and nutritious food ideal for dressing salads, in mixed dishes, or as a compliment to fish dishes.Cockles in BrineAlso known as berberechos in Spain, these mussel-like shellfish are a Galician delicacy, where they’re usually served up with lemon and parsley. Try them seasoned with some fresh ground pepper, olive oil, or mustard, served as an appetizer or as part of a tapas platter.Giant CalamariGiant calamari in sunflower and olive oil is one of the most popular seafood products. The squid is part of the mollusk family and is closely related to both the octopus and cuttlefish.