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Most Dungeness crab are 25% meat by volume making it one of the meatiest crabs available. It’s delicate sweet and savory flavor is less briny than other crab species. Harvesting wild Alaska Dungeness crab is a small-scale affair, using small boats crewed by between 2-4 people. Although harvested seasonally, the high quality standards for freezing of wild Alaska Dungeness crab means it can be purchased throughout the year! Trident Dungeness Crab is wild caught in Kodiak and Sandpoint Alaska.
December through April, June through August
DV = Daily Value // 3.0 oz. =85 g Source: USDA Standard Reference Release 28
The high protein content of wild Alaska Dungeness crab is easily digestible, and has all nine amino acids the body can’t produce itself — a complete protein of the highest quality.
A 3.0 oz portion of wild Alaska Dungeness crab contains 8.8 mcg of Vitamin B-12 (367% DV). There are many benefits of B-12:
In Alaska, protecting the future of both the stocks and environment take priority over opportunities for commercial harvest. State and federal agencies collaborate to determine each year’s harvest limits, and monitor the season in real-time to determine when these limits have been met. Additional measures, such as the catch share programs and a stringent on-board observer program ensure sustainably harvested wild Alaska Dungeness crab will be available for generations to come.