Yes, lobster tails are good for you, too. No seafood says gourmet more eloquently than lobster, the crown jewel of the world's seas. Romantic proposals and festive celebrations take on new dimensions over a grand meal of sweet, luscious lobster. Best of all, lobster is low in fat, high in protein and rich in vitamins. It contains less saturated fat, calories, and cholesterol than beef, pork, shrimp or even the light meat of chicken. What better reason to indulge? The unique ocean conditions of the region in which they are harvested make each variety of lobster distinctly and deliciously different. And as every lobster lover will attest, the best part of the best lobster is the tail. That's why Alaskan Harvest offers only the fabulous, meaty lobster tails from two of the most outstanding lobster varieties in the world. These magnificent cold water lobsters are renowned for their firm, succulent meat and exquisite flavor. So melt the butter, grab the French bread, pull out the bibs and get cracking for an old fashioned lobster feast. Or pull out a white tablecloth, light the candles and take your favorite lobster tail recipe to new heights with these unequaled tails of the deep.