The best things in life are simple. The very finest, most delicious cockles you’ll ever eat are cooked and frozen at the peak of their season, then blasted with nitrogen to stop them going off. You won’t find this in canned cockles, not anywhere close to this quality and the taste is incredible.
Cockles are a good source of calcium. Containing an average of 19 per cent protein, they are also a good energy food and provide essential trace minerals such as iron and zinc. They also contain some important vitamins and essential amino acids like cysteine and methionine.
Individually Quick Frozen Cockles – the finest and best cockles you will ever taste. These are the only ones worth buying as you can take out the desired number out of their packaging and put back the rest into your freezer without any fuss, These are wild-caught with between 800-1000 per 1kg bag.
It also has a high sulphur content, which can be beneficial for the skin.
Traditionally eaten with Winkles and Whelks, these have been a popular British seaside snack for many years. They were also sold outside London pubs by vendors who, in the absence of scales used a pint glass as a measure and they have often been sold by the pint ever since!