Sea Scallops

$39.95

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Fresh sea scallops for sale, delivered next-day! Our U-10/20 count (10-20 scallops per pound) day boat scallops just landed—you won’t find jumbo scallops like these at your local grocery store.

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    New Bedford Scallops: the Best Dayboat Scallops in the World

    Our day boat scallops are the real deal, sourced directly from the scallop capital of the world: New Bedford, Massachusetts. 

    When you buy sea scallops online from LobsterAnywhere, we pledge:

    • Flash-frozen for top-shelf quality. We use the individually quick frozen (IQF) method to flash freeze these beautiful scallops, locking in their fresh textures and flavors.
    • Dry-packed, always. We shuck and pack our scallops on ice, a packing method that’s difficult, but also preserves the scallop’s best and freshest flavors.
    • Natural and no additives. Skip the side of preservatives—our scallops are never packed with chemical additives like phosphates. 
    • Shipped fresh overnight. Get you scallops fresh and still cold, and you’ll never go back to store-bought. Freshness like this changes the game.

    You can’t buy sea scallops of this size or quality at your local seafood market. Bought fresh off the boat and flash frozen to lock in freshness, these scallops are truly the best that you can buy. Our 100% Natural Sea Scallops are sure to tantalize the taste buds of any seafood lover.

    Order Wild-Caught Hand-Shucked Scallops Online

    Order the best sea scallops in the world:

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    • Dry Scallops, Not Wet. They are NOT soaked with Sodium Tripoly Phosphate (STP), so you are not paying for water weight
    • Consistent sizing and grading. U/10’s are about 10 scallops per pound
    • Wild caught, direct from New Bedford, MA USA, not farmed
    • 100% All Natural – No additives or preservatives
    • USDC Grade A, Certified by the U.S. Department of Commerce Seafood Inspection Program
    • Day boat scallops are harvested at sea, shucked on the deck and individually quick frozen (IQF) at an average temperature of 150-165 below Fahrenheit

    Beware of fake scallops or “wet” scallops pumped up with chemical additives and shipped submerged in water. See our scallop buying guide for practical tips on identifying high-quality vs fake scallops.

    How Many Scallops Per Pound?

    There are approximately 10-20 scallops per pound, hence the U-10/20 designation. Sea Scallops are hand graded for uniformity of size, so sizes are accurate and reliable. Standard scallop serving sizes are ~3.5 ounces, or 4-5 large scallops. 

    Tips for Handling Scallops: 

    • Quick defrost 30 minutes in a sealed bag in cold water or 8-10 hours in the refrigerator. 
    • Store defrosted scallops in the refrigerator for no more than 2 days.  
    • These scallops freeze beautifully so order scallops online and store in your freezer.

    Customer Reviews

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    Lynn Zeller (Murrells Inlet, SC)
    Birthday Scallops

    Our shipment arrived on time as promised and all I can say is Yum!

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    JACKIE KLEEB (Folsom, CA)

    Best ever yummy food

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    Louis Vetch (Rock Hill, SC)
    Scallops

    I like them very much although the rest of the family turned their noses up. Better for me. Shipping was fast and everything was still frozen solid. Love the lobster tails and colossal shrimp .

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    Claudia Crowley (Payson, AZ)
    Late Thanksgiving Day Dinner

    I’m sure they shouldn’t be anything wrong with it we always love everything that we get. We will be having this combo with some other goodies from here. Can’t give all my surprises. California here we come!

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    ONeal Saunders (Hilliard, OH)

    Sea Scallops