Maine Lobster 101

<< Back to list page | Email this Page

April 5, 2011

Maine lobster, also known as the American Lobster, is found in the waters between Eastern Canada and North Carolina, with Maine contributing to more than half of all lobsters caught in the United States. Maine lobster is easily distinguished from the "spiny" lobster (commonly called rock lobster) caught along the southern Atlantic coast and the coast of California by its large heavy claws. The spiny lobster has tiny claws and is usually marketed as uncooked frozen tails. Because of its sweet, delicious flavor and tender texture Maine lobster is the world's most prized catch...click here to read more

Thanks to LobsterAnywhere.com for such an interesting and informational education on Maine Lobster!

<< Back to list page | Email this Page | Permanent link to this article

 

Share or bookmark
this blog post!

Follow Bar Harbor Foods on Twitter
Bookmark and Share
 
 

About Us | Our Products | Where to Buy | For the Trade | News & Press | Blog | Recipes | Site Map | Contact Us
Join Our Mailing List »
Follow Bar Harbor Foods on Twitter Bookmark and Share

Bar Harbor Foods ·1112 Cutler Road, Whiting, Maine 04691 USA·207-259-3341
info@barharborfoods.com