Culinary Countdown: Bacon Wrapped Scallops

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DECEMBER 21: Comeau’s Sea Foods Bacon Wrapped Scallops

Comeau’s Sea Foods Bacon Wrapped Scallops are mouth-watering and are sure to make a delicious gift! They use MSC certified scallops harvested in the cold waters of the North Atlantic. The scallops are hand wrapped with low sodium, centre cut bacon that has been precisely selected to ensure superior product and is prepared with a toothpick to maintain presentation during the cooking process.

Price: $14.99 – $16.99 (price varies by retailer)
Where to Purchase: Comeau’s Sea Foods stockroom in Saulnierville, Clearwater Seafoods, Fisherman’s Market, Sobeys locations around Nova Scotia, Chops Meat Market in Dartmouth, Cuts Meat Market in Wolfville and Fresh Cuts Market in Bridgewater
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About Comeau’s Sea Foods Ltd:

For more than 70 years, Comeau’s Sea Foods has been a mainstay in the Canadian seafood industry. We are proud of our record as leaders in the harvesting, processing, and global distribution of fish and seafood products. Today, a variety of business activities serve loyal retail, food service, and industrial customers in the areas of harvesting, processing, bottling, and distribution of quality fish and food products. Fresh goods include scallops, herring, herring meal, and oil. Comeau’s Sea Foods Group also processes a full line of quality frozen herring fillets, scallops, and herring roe. Our value-added product lines include smoked salmon, smoked mackerel, salt fish, breaded scallops, bacon-wrapped salmon, seafood spreads, seafood chowders, and ready-to-eat items.



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