Sale of clams of the Ria de Arousa

Clams are also bivalve seafood that live below the sand at intertide areas and withstand the low tides.

The clam gets its food by means of filtration the sea waterz, and in summer they filtrate more water besides the high temperatures; this causes the calms grow quickly in this season. We can confirm ths growing for the grooves on the shell.

It grows in plots named vivariums or in natural banks and it needs the bottom of the sea is cared and oxigenated, elliminating seaweeds and depredators such as starfishes. Sea runnings favour their development and growing up.

There are several types of clams, and they hardly difference by their look and morphology but not about their nutritive attributes.