Welcome to Haidong Seafood, where we specialize in providing premium frozen sea scallops to wholesale distributors, restaurants, and supermarkets. Our target markets span North America, Australia, Latin America, Southeast Asia, and East Asia. Here, we delve into the world of sea scallops, focusing on both Atlantic and Pacific varieties, to enhance your understanding of our product offerings.

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About sea scallop

At Haidong Seafood, we pride ourselves on sourcing the finest Pacific sea scallops. The Atlantic sea scallop is renowned for its sweet flavor and tender texture, commonly found in the North Atlantic Ocean. In contrast, the Pacific sea scallop, our specialty, thrives in the cooler waters of the Northern Pacific, offering a slightly different taste and texture profile that discerning customers appreciate.

Sea Scallops in Spanish (Vieiras)

In Spanish-speaking regions, sea scallops are often referred to as ‘vieiras.’ This term is particularly relevant for our clients in Latin America, where the demand for quality seafood like vieiras is significant.

Dry Sea Scallops

Our frozen sea scallops are processed as ‘dry,’ meaning they are free from added water or chemicals, ensuring a pure, unadulterated product. This method preserves the natural flavor and texture, making them a premium choice for culinary use.

Sea Scallop Shell

Each sea scallop comes enclosed in a distinctive shell, known for its beautiful fan shape, which is often used in culinary presentations. The shell also serves as an indicator of freshness and quality.

Health Benefits

Sea scallops are not only delicious but also incredibly healthy. They are low in fat and high in protein, omega-3 fatty acids, and essential minerals, making them a nutritious addition to any diet.

Quantity and Size

A common question from our clients is, “How many sea scallops are in a pound?” Typically, a pound of sea scallops can contain anywhere from 20 to 30 scallops, depending on their size.


What does a sea scallop look like? These bivalves are usually cream-colored or slightly pinkish, with a soft, fleshy texture. The size can vary, but they are generally around 1 to 2 inches in diameter.


Where do sea scallops come from? Sea scallops are harvested from the cold, clean waters of the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. Our Pacific sea scallops are sourced with sustainability in mind, ensuring a responsible choice for our clients.

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fishing sea scallop
fishing sea scallop

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