Cockles

The cockle is a bivalve mollusc that can be found in large quantities along the Galician coast. They usually inhabit intertidal areas or river mouths.

The taste of the sea in their meat is very special and characteristic. Like all canned molluscs, canned cockles have a high nutritional value. The cockle is known for having very high protein content and for being very low fat; it also contains minerals like calcium, iodine, magnesium and iron.

It is also a source of vitamins like retinol, thiamine and riboflavin, which make it a food with a high organoleptic and nutritional value and it is highly recommended as part of a healthy, balanced diet. Although cockles are only caught for a few months each year in the famous Galician estuaries, they can be eaten all year round, on their own or with a few drops of lemon; it's as easy as "opening a can".

Recommended Recipes
Spaghetti à la marinière
[see recipe]
Formats and Presentations
Product
Pieces
Code
Format
Packaging
Cans/box
Kg/box
Boxes/Pallet
Cockles in Brine

20/30
KENEGIM
OL-120
Box

25

50

4,3

8,5

140

70

25/35
KENEGIM
OL-120
Box

25

50

4,3

8,5

140

70

30/40
KENEGIM
OL-120
Box

25

50

4,3

8,5

140

70

35/45
KENEGIM
OL-120
Box

25

50

4,3

8,5

140

70

40/50
KENEGIM
OL-120
Box

25

50

4,3

8,5

140

70

50/60
KENEGIM
OL-120
Box

25

50

4,3

8,5

140

70

Small
KENEGIM
OL-120
Box

25

50

4,3

8,5

140

70

Small
KENETEX
RO-274
Labelling
12
4,0
225
Big
KENETEX
RO-274
Labelling
12
4,0
225