price per kilogram from 100 km. - 10.8 dollars, the price per kilogram until 100 km. - 11.6 dollars
Scallops  (Latin Pectinidae) - a family of marine bivalve mollusks from the order Pectinoida.
A large family of about 250 species distributed in the world's oceans. Valves of rounded shape, with a characteristic fan-shaped form, usually with distinct radial folds. They are attached by the bisus to the substrate or lie freely on the ground. On the mantle there are numerous balls - organs of vision, capable of distinguishing between light and shadow. In case of danger, the scallops lying freely on the bottom can make jumps, sharply closing the leaves, creating a reactive traction. Most species are fishery objects: scallop meat is a delicacy, and shells are used for ornamental purposes
In the meat of scallops, a large number of vitamins, minerals and amino acids:
vitamins of group B, PP; fatty acids Omega-3 and Omega-6; fluorine; zinc; iodine; manganese; calcium; iron; phosphorus; nickel; molybdenum; potassium; chlorine.