Massachusetts and RI

Cotuit

Cotuit oysters come from a clear, cold cove matted with verdant eelgrass and bountiful with a particular algae that turns the oyster shells jade. The Cotuit Oyster Company, the oldest in the United States, has been raising Cotuits since 1837, and the oysters still have the bright and briny flavor they are famous for.

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