|Mud crabs, also known as mangrove crabs, occur widely in estuaries and along tropical, subtropical and warm temperate coasts. Large with a delicate flavor, they are highly sought after and command high market prices wherever they occur.
Crabs are rich in sodium, potassium, and phosphorus, and also have good amounts of calcium and magnesium. Crabs also contain small amounts of iron, zinc, copper, manganese, and selenium.
Crabs are a rich source of protein needed for a good, nutritional diet. The omega-3 fatty acids in crabs keep heart problems away and the protein content in crabs is good for muscular health. Crabs are also good for the eyes due to the presence of vitamin A.
Cleaned, Cooked & Frozen, this can be eaten after thawing or and with a quick dip into boiling water if preferred warm.
Country of Origins : Indonesia