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Cockles
Cockles

Scientific Name: Clinocardium nuttallii

A cockle is an edible, marine bivalve mollusc. Although many small edible bivalves are loosely called cockles, true cockles are species in the family Cardiidae. True cockles live in sandy, sheltered beaches throughout the world.

Cockles, raw (Alaska Native) per 100 grams

Protein g 13.50 Total lipid (fat) g 0.70 Carbohydrate, by difference g 4.70 Minerals Calcium, Ca mg 30 Iron, Fe mg 16.20 Vitamins Thiamin mg 0.010 Riboflavin mg 0.200 Niacin mg 3.200

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