The geoduck is native to the coastal water of western Canada and the northwest US. The shell ranges from 5.9 inc to over 7.9 inc. The geoduck is largest burrowing clam in the world.
The main edible part is the water tube muscle, which always slice thin as sashimi. The muscle taste is sweet and delicious. The demand of geoduck is increasing dramatically recent years in Asian.
Pacific geoduck are rich in protein, iron and Vitamin B12 and also high in unsaturated fatty acid and taurine which can decrease the fat in blood, and also protect liver, help to maintain the liver excretion function.