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Mussels are extremely rich in omega-3 fatty acids, vitamins and minerals (B-complex vitamins, vitamin C, folate, iron, phosphorus, manganese, selenium and zinc). But mussels are especially brilliant in terms of vitamin B12, selenium and manganese. Other products are simply unable to compete with them in terms of the presence of these nutrients. Vitamin B12 is involved in metabolism; its deficiency often causes fatigue and depression, a feeling of loss of strength and loss of energy. Selenium is essential for the health of the immune system, including the thyroid gland, and manganese is essential for bone health and energy production. 100 g of mussels provides 13% of the daily value of vitamin C and 22% of iron.


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  • Before cooking frozen mussels, they must be thawed. To do this, the glazed clams must be removed from the bag, and then placed in a deep bowl and placed in the refrigerator. After the ice has completely melted, the product must be placed in a colander and then rinsed thoroughly under strong pressure of cool water. This procedure will help you get rid of sand, which often remains in shellfish after they are cleaned.

    Before cooking peeled frozen mussels, you should remember that such shellfish can have a rather strong aroma and taste of fish or mud. In order to get rid of them, experts recommend sprinkling the thawed and clean product with freshly squeezed lemon juice.

  • Return of  products is possible by notifying the operator by calling whats app +33629324381 within 24 hours from the date of purchase of the product. In order to get a refund for an item, you must take photographs and describe the reason for the return.

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