Wild Wad Oysters

Artisanal fishermen harvest Wild Wad Oysters on wild oyster banks in the Wadden Sea. They are Pacific oysters (Crassostrea gigas), a species used by oyster farms all around the world, and which in France is known as “Creuse”. They first appeared in the Wadden Sea in the 1980s and have since formed large oyster banks, all across the Wadden Sea. At low tide, these banks emerge, enabling fishermen to harvest the oysters, which will subsequently be
cleaned and packed on shore.

The Genuine taste of the wild Wad

The Wadden Sea is exceptional. Salty water from the North Sea and fresh water from the Rhine and Ems rivers flow together in this coastal area sheltered by the Wadden isles. The abundant plankton feeds mussels, cockles, winkles and oysters who live on and in the Wadden seabed. At low tide, birds on the mudflats eat cockles and mussels, while fishermen collect the Wild Wad oysters on the oyster banks. The oysters have firm meat and the pure taste of the Wadden: a saline sweetness, full and round.

The full flavour of the fertile Wadden

In summer, when the sea water gets warmer, the oysters become milky. Future oyster larvae form in the mother oysters like a clump of butter. At intervals they are released and float on the sea water like a milk spot. Female oysters produce up to 200 million larvae this way! The milk in raw oysters tastes creamy. When cooked it is a bit like egg yolk. When grilled on the BBQ, milky oysters are a real treat! Serve them with seaweed butter.

Wild Wad Oysters are available at:

Visafslag Hollands Noorden
Locatie Hen Helder tijdens de veiling op vrijdag

Hollandse visveiling IJmuiden
op woensdag op de veiling

De KWEKER levensmiddelengroothandel BV.
Postbus 59345
1040 KH Amsterdam
+31 )0)20 606 36 06
info@kweker.nl

‘t Ailand Lauwersoog
Haven 49
9976 VN Lauwersoog
0519-349 033
tailand@goedevissers.nl

Küstlichkeiten | Coastal delicacies
Eisenbahnstr. 42/43
10997 Berlin-Kreuzberg
info@kuestlichkeiten.de

Öffnungszeiten / Opening Times
Thursday 17.00-22.00
Friday 12.00-18.00>
Saturday 10.00-18.00

Von Fischer un syner Fru
Fischladen im Viaduct
Limmatstrasse 231
Bogen 52 Zürich
+41 44 212 52 52
moin@fomfischer.ch

Vismakelaar Poseidon
Viskraam in Groningen
06 53 19 99 42
info@poseidonvis.nl

Dinsdag – vismarkt
Woensdag – Lewenburg
Donderdag – Vinkhuizen
Vrijdag – vismarkt
Zaterdag – vismarkt

Zeeverse Vismarkt Wieringen
Havenkade 1
1779 GT Den Oever
06 129 954 86
info@versevis.nl

Zaterdagochtend van 8.30 tot 12.00 of bestel online via de webshop

Viskraam van de Goede Vissers
Utrecht: elke vrijdag op de biologische Boerenmarkt Vredenburg
Amsterdam: elke zaterdag op de Noordermarkt in de Jordaan

De Streekboer
Leitswei 9 Gorredijk
085 016 0276
info@destreekboer.nl

Organic food for you
Naarderstraat 34
1251 BC Laren NH

Zino Urban Bistro
Zwaanshals 265
3035 KG Rotterdam
010 466 03 03
info@zinourbanbistro.nl

Gimsel Rotterdam
Groene Passage
Mariniersweg 9
3011 NB Rotterdam
010 404 73 42
info@gimselrotterdam.nl

Pension Homeland
Kattenburgerstraat 5
1018 JA Amsterdam
020 723 2550
info@pensionhomeland.nl

Mediametic
Oostelijk havengebied Amsterdam
06 3190 3218
mail@mediametic.net

Op Hodenpijl
Rijksstraatweg 20-22
2636 AX Schipluiden
015 380 18 40

Posse
Veerlaan 13
3072 AN Rotterdam
010 737 1815

Approved regional product. Slow Food Presidium and World Heritage

Oysters with the ‘Waddengoud’ quality mark are guaranteed to come from wild oyster beds in the Wadden Sea and have been fished and processed according to strict criteria. Fishermen who fish with traditional fishing gear and are committed to maintaining their profession are also recognized by Slow Food as ‘Presidium’. This means for the fishermen that their fishery is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Wadden Sea to be protected.