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Ortiz Sardines In Olive Oil 140g
Ortiz Sardines In Olive Oil 140g
Ortiz Sardines In Olive Oil 140g
Ortiz Sardines In Olive Oil 140g
Ortiz Sardines In Olive Oil 140g
Ortiz Sardines In Olive Oil 140g
Ortiz Sardines In Olive Oil 140g
Ortiz Sardines In Olive Oil 140g
Ortiz Sardines In Olive Oil 140g
Ortiz Sardines In Olive Oil 140g
Ortiz Sardines In Olive Oil 140gOrtiz Sardines In Olive Oil 140gOrtiz Sardines In Olive Oil 140gOrtiz Sardines In Olive Oil 140gOrtiz Sardines In Olive Oil 140g
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Ortiz Sardines In Olive Oil 140g

Pack size : 140g

AED 13.90(Inc. VAT)

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highlights
  • Ortiz Sardines, part of the Sardina pilchardus variety, are hand cleaned, one by one
  • Just like wine, you can create a cellar of preserved Sardines, since their flavour and quality improvement over time, becoming more tender and delicate
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DESCRIPTION

Nutrition facts

Per100PortionType
Nutritional Facts Per Serving 50g
Energyinkcal
93.25kcal
EnergyinkJ
390kJ
Carbohydrates
0g
Sugar
0g
Protein
11.45g
Fat
5.25g
Sodium
0.32mg
Salt
0.6g

*Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calaries needs

INFORMATION

Ingredients

Sardines (Fish) Olive Oil Salt

Package Type

Can

Storage Condition

Store in a cool and dry place, away from the sunlight

Brand Message

Established in 1891 by Bernardo Ortiz de Zarate of Vizcaya, Spain, the world-renowned Ortiz seafood company is today operated by the family's fifth generation of food artisans. The Ortia family upholds the traditional methods upon which the company was founded: local fishermen use pole lines to catch one-by-one the prized Bonito del Norte (Atlantic white tuna) and nets for classic Basque anchovies. Ortiz seafood is known as Delicacies of the Cantabrian Sea and is procured around the globe by the most discriminating chefs, patrons and specialty food shops.