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Sea urchin roe from Galicia

Sea urchin roe from Galicia

Regular price € 19,90 EUR
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Unit price 74,81€  per  kg
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The starting point for production is the selection of the best raw materials. Sea urchin caviar, which is very popular in France, Japan and Spain (especially in Cantabria and Galicia, in Catalonia, Cádiz and the Balearic Islands), is particularly good with scrambled eggs, soup, cream and pasta. As a tapa, spread thinly on buttered crackers with a squeeze of lemon, because the taste is intense, it also tastes very good.

Net Weight: 110g
Drained weight: 90 g

Shellfishing on foot, Galicia, Ramon Pena

Ingredients & Allergens

Ingredients: sea urchin roe , water and salt.

nutritional values

Net Weight: 110g
Drained weight: 90 g

Nutritional information per 100g

⁕ Calories: 466 kj / 111 kcal
⁕ Fat: 42 g
⁕ Of which saturated fat: 1.4 g
⁕ Carbohydrates: 1.4 g
⁕ Of which sugar: 0 g
⁕ Egg white: 17 g
⁕ Salt: 0.75 g


The house "Ramon Peña" based in Ribadumina, Galicia, can look back on a history of more than 90 years: Founded in 1920 by José Peña Oubiña in Cambados in Galicia, the company is now managed by the third generation of Nely Concheiro. Their business is the production of premium, additive-free canned fish and seafood from the rias (fjords) of Galicia that enjoy worldwide popularity. It is the only company in its sector to be protected by the “Pesca de Rías” trademark, which guarantees the origin and quality of the product.
Ramon Peña's declared goal is to get gourmets and restaurateurs all over the world to rethink. Therefore, only freshly caught fish of the respective season are used and everything is done by hand, apart from the sealing and labeling of the cans. The combination of the best ingredients, old traditional recipes and meticulous quality control results in products of absolute top quality that are completely convincing.

The squid family includes squid, octopus and cuttlefish. They are usually about 30 cm long and weigh up to 5 kilos. Their delicate arms are particularly popular in the kitchen, as is the black ink they use to surround themselves when threatened. It can be used to color pasta or rice. Their flesh is firm and lean and tastes good raw (e.g. as sushi), briefly cooked, seared, grilled or deep-fried.

Manufacturer's address: Peña Canned Group SL, Polígono Industrial do Salnés, s/n 36636 Ribadumia-Pontevedra, ESPAÑA


Oysters from Galicia are known for their exceptional quality and special taste. The region of Galicia in northwestern Spain is rich in coastal waters that offer ideal conditions for growing oysters. Here the oysters are carefully handpicked and sorted to guarantee their freshness and quality. The combination of the salty sea water and the ideal temperatures results in a special taste and aroma that makes oysters from Galicia unique.

Oysters in Galicia are mainly farmed in the estuary bays on the coast of Galicia. These bays provide ideal conditions for oyster farming as they provide clear and clean water, mild climate and rich sources of nutrients for the oysters. The geographical location and geological structure of the Galician coast also contribute to the region's popularity as an oyster farming area.

The oysters are farmed like mussels. The process is known as oyster farming or "Ostreiculture". The larvae are usually released into a controlled environment and reared on a substrate such as algae. The oysters then stay in the facility, the batea, until they are big enough to be sold to the market. Environmental conditions such as temperature, salinity and water quality are closely monitored to ensure the oysters are healthy and safe for consumption.

Oyster farms in Galicia are located in the waters of the Atlantic coast of north-west Spain, mainly in the Ría de Arousa and the Ría de Vigo. These regions are known for their productive oyster beds and favorable conditions for oyster growing, such as clean water, favorable water temperatures, and strong currents that provide the oysters with an adequate amount of food and oxygen. Oyster farming in Galicia is often carried out as part of aquaculture projects, where young oysters are bred and raised in special sites before being placed in the seas where they can grow into adult oysters and be harvested.

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