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  • Cobscook Bay Scallops, 8oz

    $14.00

    We are proud to offer scallops from the Cobscook Kitchen and Marketplace. Tender and delectable, these scallops are harvested by Maine day boats from the pristine waters of Cobscook Bay. Then they are individually flash-frozen right after they come out of the water, then vacuum packed to preserve appearance, texture, and taste. As with all mongr.net products, these scallops are sustainably harvested and handled and packed to the highest standards.

    Scallops, flash frozen within hours, vacuum packed and sealed. Price per pound: about $28.00 (reg). 

    Packages contain 8oz, about two servings. Individual packages are available for pickup in any amount, or for delivery for orders of $45 or more. Make sure to select your pickup or delivery date and time, and put it in your calendar. 

    Save on shipping by choosing a pickup date at the Machias Marketplace Wednesday through Friday or Bangor's European Market on Saturdays through early May. Make sure to select your pickup delivery date and time on checkout, and put it in your calendar. 


    Shipping Information:

    Delivery schedule:

    Bangor/ Downeast/ Acadia Region: Saturdays through mid-May 2019 (order by midnight Thursday)

    Midcoast/ Central/ Southern Maine: Midcoast & Southern Maine: Friday, November 9th (order by midnight 11/7)

    Want to arrange another delivery place or time? Contact Chris at chris@mongr.net!

    For other locations, please contact us at chris@mongr.netWe're happy to make special deliveries for multiple orders.

    Your order will be delivered to your shipping address on your selected delivery date. We cannot deliver to a PO box. Please plan to have someone there to accept the order and room in your freezer for your fish.

    Time and route will be determined based on number and location of deliveries. Please be sure to leave a phone number where we can contact you to let you know an estimated drop-off time. 

    (Images courtesy of Cobscook Bay Kitchen and Marketplace.)