Sea Scallops, known for their sweet and delicate flavor, are named for the tenderly fluted edges of the alluring, fan-shaped, “scalloped” shell. Harvested in the shallow, saline, ocean waters of Japan, the succulent Sea Scallop is the largest variety, some equaling the circumference of a silver dollar. The Sea Scallop’s creamy white color and plum, firm texture is favored among chefs due to their satisfying taste and versatile cooking applications. Cooking scallops gently and quickly will maintain the moisture and delicate texture. Scallops: A delicious choice for all seafood appetites.