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  • Box of 5 units (wood packaging)

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    • Sardines in olive oil
    • Sardines in spicy tomato sauce
    • Sardines in vegetable oil
    • Tuna in vegetable oil
    • Tuna in light brine
  • Sardines in Vegetable Oil

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    Sardine is the fish of reference of the Mediterranean diet and is advised by nutritionists worldwide due mainly to its high content of Omega 3, a polyunsaturated fatty acid that protects the heart and helps reduce the risk of heart attack, controlling the levels of cholesterol present in the blood.

     

  • Sardines in Olive Oil

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    The canned sardines in olive oil combine two essential foods of the Mediterranean diet: the sardine, indispensable for obtaining proteins, and the olive oil, the preferred source of fat. Combining the benefits of sardines with olive oil, this product is an excellent alternative to fresh fish.

  • Sardines in Tomato Sauce

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    For those who enjoy canned sardines, but like to vary the way they consume them, Queen of the Coast also recommends its sardines in tomato sauce, which, besides stimulating the palate, play an important role in the immune system. Sardine is the fish of reference of the Mediterranean diet and is advised by nutritionists worldwide due mainly to its high content of Omega 3, a polyunsaturated fatty acid that protects the heart and helps reduce the risk of heart attack, controlling the levels of cholesterol present in the blood. The tomato is a source of several vitamins, such as C, which gives it antioxidant properties, as well as lycopene, also an antioxidant and with a cardioprotective effect.

  • Sardines in Spicy Tomato Sauce

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    For those who enjoy canned sardines, but like to vary the way they consume them, Queen of The Coast also recommends its sardines in spicy tomato sauce, which, besides stimulating the palate, play an important role in the immune system. Sardine is the fish of reference of the Mediterranean diet and is advised by nutritionists worldwide due mainly to its high content of Omega 3, a polyunsaturated fatty acid that protects the heart and helps reduce the risk of heart attack, controlling the levels of cholesterol present in the blood. The tomato is a source of several vitamins, such as C, which gives it antioxidant properties, as well as lycopene, also an antioxidant and with a cardioprotective effect.

  • Tuna in vegetable oil

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    This product is a must. At a time when the rapid pace of society often leads to eating disorders and unhealthy diets, Queen of the Coast continues to favour healthy and easy-to-prepare meals.

  • Sardines in light brine

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    These sardines in light brine are the ideal choice for those who want to keep fit and control their cholesterol levels. Sardine is the fish of reference of the Mediterranean diet and is advised by nutritionists worldwide due mainly to its high content of Omega 3, a polyunsaturated fatty acid that protects the heart and helps reduce the risk of heart attack, controlling the levels of cholesterol present in the blood.

  • Tuna in light brine

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    Preserved only in water and salt, the Tuna in Light Brine retains all the intrinsic qualities, without the addition of any other product, and is preferred by those who wish to lose weight, as well as by all sportsmen, especially by bodybuilders and muscle builders. This preserve is a source of Omega 3, also preventing the onset of cardiovascular problems.

  • Tuna salad with black-eyed beans

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    This salad combines a legume, such as the fibre-rich black-eyed bean, with the tuna. It is a ready meal that combines protein and carbohydrates and is a great alternative in times of less availability to cook.

  • Tuna salad with potatoes, carrots and peas

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    A pleasant ready to eat meal, seasoned by a new mayonnaise that pleases the whole family.

  • Tuna salad with red beans and sweet corn

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    This salad brings together fish, legumes and cereals in a single can. Adored by children, served at room temperature or after a period in the cold, this ready meal, rich in fibre, is a great alternative in times of less availability to cook or when you want a lighter dish.

  • Tuna salad with chick peas

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    With sea and field flavours, this preserve is a tasty alternative to a quick and nutritious meal that is rich in tryptophan, a substance that acts as an antidepressant, since it increases the production of serotonin by the brain.