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Smoked sardines in olive oil0 out of 5
Presented in olive oil, the preferred source of fat of the Mediterranean diet, considered as the healthiest, this preserve confers on the sardine colours and textures, aromas and flavours of a smoked product with character.
Tuna with White Beans0 out of 5
This salad combines a legume, the white beans, rich in fibre, with the tuna. By combining protein and carbohydrates, this ready-made meal is a great alternative in times of less availability to cook.
Sardines in Light Brine0 out of 5
The Cocagne Sardines in Light Brine, made with just water and salt, are the ideal choice for anyone who wants 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.
Mackerel fillets in olive oil0 out of 5
Ready to be eaten, this Cocagne delicacy is made to preserve all the flavour of a well-seasoned fish and with several nutritional benefits: mackerel is rich in omega-3 and vitamins B and B12, while olive oil is regarded as a preferred fat in the Mediterranean diet.
Sardines in low salt olive oil0 out of 5
Preserved sardines in low salt olive oil combine the best that can be consumed to benefit cardiovascular health. Sardines, being a fatty fish, are recommended for their high Omega 3 content, a polyunsaturated fatty acid that protects the heart and helps reduce the risk of heart attack by controlling the levels of cholesterol present in the blood. Olive oil is, in turn, the preferred source of fat in the Mediterranean diet. The low salt content allows to control the blood pressure levels.
Horse mackerel in vegetable oil0 out of 5
A preserved fish that is becoming increasingly appreciated in Portugal. Not only for the taste, but also for its nutritional characteristics. Like sardines, the horse mackerel is also a fatty fish, a good source of complex B vitamins, vitamin A, protein and Omega 3 fatty acids, a polyunsaturated fatty acid that protects the heart and helps reduce the risk of attack, controlling the cholesterol levels present in the blood.
Small sardines in spicy tomato sauce0 out of 5
The irresistible flavour of the traditional small sardines, presented in spicy tomato sauce, for those who, besides the nutritional benefits of the fish and the antioxidant properties of the tomato, do not dispense a more refined and spicy flavour.
Tuna Pâté0 out of 5
As a starter to a meal, on toasts or bread, at pleasant times with family or friends, pâtés are an absolute novelty in the Ramirez range and an easy to prepare, tasty and nutritionally balanced suggestion. The Ramirez tuna pâté is rich in Omega 3, a fatty acid known for its cardiovascular protection capacity and also for its contribution to children's cognitive development. This creamy preparation proves to be a great source of protein and a creative way to increase fish consumption.
Provence Tuna0 out of 5
This is one of those preserves that makes us travel in time. It is a different gourmet offer, exquisite and healthy. Since tuna is rich in omega-3 and is an important source of vitamins and minerals, such as iron, magnesium, phosphorus, selenium and B-complex vitamins, besides being a source of low-fat protein, it is important for bone health and for the immune and neurological systems. And all with Provence style seasoning and the use of many vegetables.
Small sardines in olive oil0 out of 5
The irresistible flavour of the traditional small sardines, in a quick and nutritious meal, source of mono- and polyunsaturated fats, considered to be the healthiest.