Organic Smoked Paprika & Tomato Canned Mussels 3-Pack
Organic Smoked Paprika & Tomato Canned Mussels 3-Pack set in front of sandwiches
Top down view of an open Organic Smoked Paprika & Tomato Canned Mussels 3-Pack
Organic Smoked Paprika & Tomato Canned Mussels 3-Pack spread on pieces of bread on a cutting board against a white background
Organic Smoked Paprika & Tomato Canned Mussels 3-Pack
Organic Smoked Paprika & Tomato Canned Mussels 3-Pack set in front of sandwiches
Top down view of an open Organic Smoked Paprika & Tomato Canned Mussels 3-Pack
Organic Smoked Paprika & Tomato Canned Mussels 3-Pack spread on pieces of bread on a cutting board against a white background

Scout Canning

Organic Smoked Paprika & Tomato Canned Mussels 3-Pack
$25.99
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Lunchtime (or snack time!) brought to you by sustainable seacuterie. These organic mussels (in an out of this world smoked paprika and tomato fennel sauce) are a tasty addition to your surf-and-turf-inspired recipe or seafood charcuterie board. 

  • · This product ships in a cardboard box with kraft paper insulation, both are recyclable.
  • · This product comes in a recyclable aluminum can. One of the reasons we love aluminum is that it can be infinitely recycled!
  • · This product ships about 1-4 business days after you order it.
  • · Includes 3 packs of mussels.
  • · Enjoy as-is, in your favorite recipes, or plated on a “seacuterie” board.
  • · All of Scout's seafood is canned responsibly at their two partner canneries in British Columbia, Canada & Prince Edward Island, Canada, and is responsibly caught in North American waters.
  • · Break out your can-opener and enjoy PEI mussels in a smoked paprika & fennel tomato sauce with 100% rope-grown mussels, tomato passata, roasted red pepper, garlic, fennel seeds, chili flakes, and salt. Certified organic, their mussels are hand-harvested in the inlets of Prince Edward Island, Canada.