Satisfaction Guaranteed ~ Free shipping over $50

Mejillones (Mussels) en Escabeche
Mejillones (Mussels) en Escabeche
Mejillones (Mussels) en Escabeche

Mejillones (Mussels) en Escabeche

9 reviews
5 Stars
67% (6)
4 Stars
22% (2)
3 Stars
11% (1)
2 Stars
0% (0)
1 Star
0% (0)

see all 9 reviews

Regular price
$14.96
Sale price
$14.96
Shipping calculated at checkout.

Ramon Franco's Canned Mussels bathed in pickled (escabeche) sauce made with a traditional recipe that has been passed down from generation to generation.

  • Ingredients: Mediterranean mussels (𝑴𝒚𝒕𝒊𝒍𝒖𝒔 𝒈𝒂𝒍𝒍𝒐𝒑𝒓𝒐𝒗𝒊𝒏𝒄𝒊𝒂𝒍𝒊𝒔) olive oil (15%), wine vinegar, spices and salt.
  • SATISFACTION GUARANTEED: We’re proud of our products. If you aren’t satisfied, we’ll refund you for any reason within a year of purchase. 1-617-879-1600
  • Producer: Ramón Franco
  • Importer: Trovato Schrage Selections Boston, MA.
  • Ownership structure: Grown, processed, and packaged on single estate by one family.
  • Location: A Coruña, Galicia, Spain.
  • Method: delicately washed, steamed, cleaned by hand and bathed in pickled (escabeche) sauce.

" data-opinew-shop-id="" data-shop-url="trovatoschrageselections.com" data-platform-product-id="2217688399972">

PRODUCTION PROCESS

Mejillones en Escabeche

6-8 Pieces per Can

The "Sausage"

Baby mussels are packed around ropes at an ideal density using biodegradable mesh. Within a matter of hours the mussels attach themselves to the rope. The mesh eventually dissolves away.

Mussel aquaculture raft

Ramón Franco team members tending the Batea

A Ramón Franco batea on rough seas

La Batea (Raft)

This raft supports the vertical ropes.

Vertical Ropes

The mussels reach their mature size on the ropes

Rope grown mussels

Detail photo of Ramón Franco rope

Rope Grown Mussels

Underwater photo of ropes by Ramón Franco

Fishing Boat

Ramón Franco boat heading out to the Batea

The rope is extracted from the Batea with a crane.

The basket strips the mussels off the rope.

Harvest unloaded onto boat.

The Harvest

Mussels are harvested in the Fall. The boat uses a specialized basket to strip the mussels off the line.

Individually Cleaned

Removing the beard from mussels by hand

Customer Reviews

4.6 / 5

Based on 9 reviews

5 Stars
67% (6)
4 Stars
22% (2)
3 Stars
11% (1)
2 Stars
0% (0)
1 Star
0% (0)

Write a Review

review_video_thumb
Filter | | | | | Previous Page Next Page (% reviewsData.reviews.current_page %)/(% reviewsData.reviews.last_page %)
(% authorFirstLetter(review.author) %) (% review.author %) verified
(% review.title %)
(% review.option1.name %) : (% review.option1.value %) (% review.option2.name %) : (% review.option2.value %) (% review.option3.name %) : (% review.option3.value %)
review_image_thumb
Click to Zoom
review_video_thumb
Click to Zoom
(% review.date_time_str %) Verified Purchase
((% review.thumbs_count %)) Helpful

showing reviews from (% reviewsData.reviews.from %) to (% reviewsData.reviews.to %) Previous Page Next Page

0 Review Posted

Product Questions

(% questionsData.questions.total %) Questions Asked

0 Question

Ask a Question

(% authorFirstLetter(question.author) %) (% question.author %)
Q : (% question.question %) ?
Asked on (% question.created_at %)
A : (% question.answer %)
By (% question.answered_by %) On (% question.answered_at %)

showing questions from (% questionsData.questions.from %) to (% questionsData.questions.to %) Previous Page Next Page

0 Question Asked