Small Sardines in Marinade By Conservas Cambados Firm, tasty, tiny sardines (Sardinillas), hand-packed in Marinade - possibly as near as you can get to fresh sardines without buying them off the beach! Serve as a tapas dish or in a 'bocadillo' - a sandwich made using crusty bread - and perhaps some garlic mayonnaise. Gluten Free Product Origin: Spain Ingredients: Small sardines (20/25 per tin), sunflower oil, vinegar salt and natural flavor Allergy advice: contains fish. 111g - 115 gram metal tin Petites sardines à l'Escabeche par Conservas Cambados Petites sardines fermes et goûteuses, mises en conserve à la main dans a l'ecabeche. C'est probablement le plus proche équivalent à des sardines fraîches sans avoir à les acheter sur la plage. Servir en tapas ou dans un sandwich, potentiellement avec de la mayonnaise à l'ail. Produit sans gluten Origine : Espagne Ingrédients: Petites sardines , huile d'tournesol, vinaigre, sel et arome naturel. Allergènes : contient du poisson. Poids : 11g - 115g dans sa conserve en métal. From the Estuaries of Galicia, Spain, comes the most wonderful small sardines in marinade we have ever tried. This is a true Spanish food gem and we are very pleased to be able to offer it to you. Rich in vitamins D and B12, they are also an excellent source of calcium and omega-3 fatty acids. The Spanish believe canned seafood is a delicacy to be shared and enjoyed! They take great pride, and great care, to harvest the best seafood and package it with the utmost care. The result is the purest, most delicate, and exquisite tasting seafood on the planet! A true delicacy.Do not be fooled by other sardines. “Conservas de Cambados” makes a "Gourmet" line, which is their highest quality. "Gourmet" is clearly at the top of the front label as shown in the photo, the "Conservas de Cambados" logo is prominently displayed, and the tin is rectangular with rounded corners. The seas off the coast of Galicia in Northwest Spain are cool and rich in nutrients, making them an incredible fishing ground. Their facilities are very close to where the seafood is harvested, so they are able to use the freshest fish and shellfish available.We have never tried a sardine more delicate and mild than those of Galicia. They are harvested in small batches from the cool waters of the Rias, tidal rivers in north western Spain. The result is a tender, mild sardine, with the delicate taste of the sea but without any strong fishy flavors.