- Harvested off the coast of Galicia
- Packed in olive oil
- Great for tapas
- Size - 4.2 oz/120 g
These sardines from Matiz Gallego are harvested off the coast of Galicia. In the northwest of Spain, Galicia is known for its extraordinary seafood. These sardines are tender and delicate, a true treat!
Matiz sardines are hand prepared and packed with the highest quality ingredients. Their attention to detail produces a moist, tender and exceptionally flavorful fish. Traditional fishing methods are used that respect the biological cycles of the species and avoid harming other sealife.
Serve these sardines in their own oil with a touch of lime, garnish with carrot, cucumber, and red pepper.
No added colors or preservatives. Refrigerate upon opening.
Sardines, olive oil, sea salt.
Serving size 2 oz (55g). Servings per container: about 2. Calories 114. Calories from fat 65. Total fat 7.3g (12%), saturated fat 1.3g (5%), trans fat 0g (0%), cholesterol 22mg (7%), sodium 286mg (12%), total carbohydrate 0g (0%), dietary fiber 0g (0%), Sugars 0g. Protein 12g. Vitamin A 2%, Vitamin C 0%, Calcium 22%, Iron 10%. * Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
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"Pleased with the purchase."
Jimmy R Dixon - MARIETTA, OK - Jul 3, 2016
"The best sardines ,loveeee"
MARIA TAYLOR - HAMPTON, VA - Feb 7, 2016
"Delicious. Makes an excellent appie."
CS - Toronto, ON - Feb 7, 2016
Rick Carballada - Whispering Pines , North Carolina - Jan 6, 2013
"Very pleased with these sardines."
Walter Rhodes - Nov 7, 2010