Golden King Crab - Pacific Cloud Seafoods
Golden King Crab - Pacific Cloud Seafoods
Golden King Crab - Pacific Cloud Seafoods

Golden King Crab

$40.00

Golden King Crab has an unmistakable rich, slightly sweet flavor & unique texture. Though slightly smaller than its Red and Blue King Crab cousins, Golden are packed with meat, usually weighing around 4-8 pounds.

They are versatile for any cooking method and are great with a little drawn butter. 

Our crab is always wild caught, coming to you from the Bering Sea waters.

  • In order to protect King Crab stocks in Alaska, only males with a carapace of at least 5 inches can be caught. Harvest is not permitted during mating and molting.
  • The populations are closely monitored and management measures, such as pot limits, onboard observers, registration areas, and reporting requirements, are enforced. (ASMI, Golden King Crab)
    • Completely free of carbohydrates.
    • Naturally low in fat & calories.
    • Filled with vitamin B12, high-quality protein, & omega-3 fatty acids.
    • There are approximately 40 known species of King Crabs, though only Red, Blue and Gold are harvested commercially in Alaska. Gold is the most abundant species. (ADFG, Golden King Crab)
    • King Crabs live between 20 - 30 years!
    • They are migratory, traveling to mate in shallow waters in winter and returning to their deep-water feeding grounds after their babies have hatched in spring.

     



    Sustainability

    • In order to protect King Crab stocks in Alaska, only males with a carapace of at least 5 inches can be caught. Harvest is not permitted during mating and molting.
    • The populations are closely monitored and management measures, such as pot limits, onboard observers, registration areas, and reporting requirements, are enforced. (ASMI, Golden King Crab)

      Nutritional Benefits

      • Completely free of carbohydrates.
      • Naturally low in fat & calories.
      • Filled with vitamin B12, high-quality protein, & omega-3 fatty acids.

      Fun Facts

      • There are approximately 40 known species of King Crabs, though only Red, Blue and Gold are harvested commercially in Alaska. Gold is the most abundant species. (ADFG, Golden King Crab)
      • King Crabs live between 20 - 30 years!
      • They are migratory, traveling to mate in shallow waters in winter and returning to their deep-water feeding grounds after their babies have hatched in spring.