A true Scottish delicacy with a sweet and elegant flavour

Prized for its delicate flesh and sweet, succulent taste, Norway Lobsters originate from the cold, clear waters of Scotland. Whole Norway Lobster are slim, with orange-pink shells and bodies growing up to 10 inches in length.

Whole Frozen Norway Lobster

Year-round supply

Year-round access to fresh, high quality Norway Lobster.

Responsibly harvested

Wild-caught from the cold, clear waters of Scotland.

Quality Assurance

Food safety and quality control are ensured through internationally recognized certifications.


Whole Norway Lobster can be served on their own or in sauces and soups, used as garnish for salads or as “toppers” for other proteins such as steak or chicken.


They have a delicate white flesh and a succulent, sweet taste making them an elegant alternative to crab, shrimp or North Atlantic lobster.

Clearwater’s Norway Lobster is wild-caught from the cold, clear waters of Scotland, coming from a well-managed and healthy fishery.
Norway Lobster is harvested off the East and West coasts of Scotland.

Along with exceptional flavor and quality, wild seafood is also recognized as a healthy choice.

Per 100g Serving
Calories/Energy 80 kcal
Fat 0g
Saturated Fat 0g
Trans Fat 0g
Cholesterol 120mg
Sodium 410mg
Salt 0.9g
Potassium 260mg
Carbohydrate 0g
Dietary Fiber 0g
Sugars 0g
Protein 20g



Count per pound Packed
2-5ct 6 x 1.5lb
4-6ct 6 x 1.5lb
6-8ct 6 x 1.5lb
9-11ct 6 x 1.5lb



Known for their culinary versatility, Norway Lobster can dress up classic menu options and provide a delicious alternative to crab, shrimp or North Atlantic lobster. They’re quick and easy to prepare, requiring only a short blast of high heat in a skillet, wok or on the grill.

Suggested Servings

  • Boiled in a spicy broth, soup or chowder with dumplings
  • Sautéed as a pasta topper
  • Marinated and broiled on skewers
  • Roasted as a topping for vegetables or rice
  • Served in seafood towers or cocktails
  • Split in half and sautéed in garlic butter

Norway Lobster is harvested and processed in Scotland by Clearwater’s wholly-owned subsidiary, Macduff Shellfish. Macduff has been in the fishing industry for over 130 years.

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