Alaskan Razor Clams
Rusty and his crew spend their summers up to their knees in clam beds. Which is just how they like it.
Fresh ocean currents, rich nutrients and a lotta love go into each Alaskan razor clam. But the harvest season is short: May through August. So the harvest teams actually live on the beach for three months to make sure they get the clams at their peak. When the tide is low, clam diggers wade out to the beds and harvest each one by hand, and then clean and vacuum seal them for shipment to us. You can almost taste Alaska in every bite.