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Hot Sale 125g Canned Sardine Fish in Vegetable Oil
Hot Sale 125g Canned Sardine Fish in Vegetable Oil
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What Are Sardines?
The sardine — sometimes also referred to as the pilchard or herring fish — is
a type of small, oily fish that belongs to the Clupeid family. This fish can be
found in many different regions, including the Pacific and Mediterranean, and
typically feed on plankton.
Sardines as food are tasty and bursting with important nutrients, making them a
worthy addition to any diet. Not only are they rich in omega-3 fatty acids, but
they’re also loaded with protein and essential nutrients like vitamin B12 and
selenium. Plus, they’ve been associated with a number of health benefits,
ranging from better bone health to increased weight loss and beyond.
Although these delicious fish can be purchased fresh, they are most often
consumed canned for a convenient and power-packed meal or snack. They also have
a distinct signature flavor that works well in many different dishes and
recipes, such as salads and pastas.
The sardine nutrition profile is high in protein and heart-healthy fats as well
as important micronutrients like vitamin B12, selenium and phosphorus.
One 3.75-ounce can (about 92 grams) of Atlantic sardines contains
• 191 calories
• 22.7 grams protein
• 10.5 grams fat
• 8.2 micrograms vitamin B12 (137 percent DV)
• 48.5 micrograms selenium (69 percent DV)
• 250 international units vitamin D (63 percent DV)
• 451 milligrams phosphorus (45 percent DV)
• 351 milligrams calcium (35 percent DV)
• 4.8 milligrams niacin (24 percent DV)
• 2.7 milligrams iron (15 percent DV)
• 365 milligrams potassium (10 percent DV)
• 35.9 milligrams magnesium (9 percent DV)
• 0.2 milligrams copper (9 percent DV)
• 1.9 milligrams vitamin E (9 percent DV)
• 0.2 milligrams vitamin B6 (8 percent DV)
• 1.2 milligrams zinc (8 percent DV)
Sardines are jam-packed with important nutrients, securing them a top spot as
one of the most nutrient-dense foods on the planet. High in omega-3 fatty
acids, protein, vitamin B12 and selenium, sardines in a can are one of the few
ingredients on the market that are super healthy, budget-friendly, convenient
So why are sardines good for you? Sardines health benefits range from reduced
levels of inflammation to enhanced bone health and increased weight loss. Plus,
they supply a wide array of important vitamins and minerals for a low amount of
calories and can be a versatile addition to a nutritious diet.
Little tins of sunshine. Each tin of sardines in vegetable oil is bursting with
vitamin D, the sunshine vitamin, and full of healthful Omega 3s. And that's on
top of being wild-caught in the waters off the coast of Galicia in northwest
Spain. And that is on top of being plump, and tender, and delicious. A best-
Sardines hand-packed fresh from the sea in vegetable oil and salt only, the
traditional method. Caught via sustainable techniques. You can eat them
straight from the tin or skewer them on a toothpick with a guindilla pepper and
cherry tomato atop a slice of crusty bread for a quick pintxo.
Item Canned Sardines in Vegetable oil 125g
Ingredients Sardines (fish), vegetable oil/soya bean oil/sunflower
oil/olive oil, salt
Packing 125gx10x5/ctn with shrink wrap or 125gx50/ctn
Certification HACCP, ISO, HALLA
Loading details 125gx50/ctn, 3200ctns/20'fcl; 125gx25/ctn 6300 ctns/20'fcl
Minimum order 1x20 feet container
The Erica sardines and mackerel canning plants have been operating since 2009
in the town of zhangzhou China which faces the Ocean in an area considered to
be one of the world's canned food zone.
The Erica management team, whose technical experience in the field of "fish
canning industry" produces today various types of canned sardines and mackerel,
such as plain and fillets, in vegetable or olive oil, in tomato or in brine,
with lemon etc...
Erica's production policy is aimed strictly on the quality of their raw
materials and their suppliers are accessed by frequent controls carried out by
the in-house laboratory.
Erica produce their own brands and also customers's own brands, in a variety of
cans in both tin plate an aluminium, with keys, easy-open, in both lithographed
or plain cans in carton ettes.
1. PHASE ONE OF THE PRODUCTION PROCESS
Sardine is delivered to our factory either directly from the fishing vessel or
from reefer ships delivering from fishing companies. The majority of the
sardine delivered is frozen. So we need to defrost the raw materials.
2. PHASE TWO OF THE PRODUCTION PROCESS
First we clean the whole pieces and slices and remove the skin, bones, fins,
and any remaining entrails or dark meat. The fillets are then cut for
Packaging, adding liquid to cover them, and closing the containers
Once parts have been cleaned, they are then manually packaged, the sauces are
prepared and the liquids to cover them are added: oil, brine, or sauce.
3. PHASE THREE OF THE PRODUCTION PROCESS
Sterilization and final cooling of the containers. The temperatures and
sterilization times are standardized by the company and vary depending on the
sizes, products, and packing liquids that are to be sterilized. They are
rapidly cooled via overpressure to avoid any deformations in the containers.
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