Oyster shells are usually oval or pear-shaped, but will vary widely in form depending on what they attach to. They are generally whitish-gray in outer shell color, and their inside shell is usually a porcelain white. They have extremely strong adductor muscles to close their shells when threatened.
We carry roughly 4-6 different Oysters on a weekly basis. Please call us to hear what our weekly Oysters are!
he most important difference between farmed and wild is that farmed oysters are more sustainable. To understand why, read more about our farmed oysters here.