Box Ramirez “Portuguese with Pride” – 4 units
- Sardine in olive oil;
- Tuna fillets in olive oil;
- Smoked mackerel fillets in olive oil;
- Portuguese codfish with olive oil and garlic.
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Sardines in Spicy Tomato Sauce4.75 out of 5
For those who enjoy canned sardines, but like to vary the way they consume them, La Rose 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.
Sardines in olive oil with smoke flavouring4.68 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.
Mackerel fillets in olive oil5.00 out of 5
Ready to be eaten, this La Rose delicacy is made to conserve 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.
Mackerel Fillets in Vegetable Oil4.63 out of 5
Ready to eat, this Ramirez delicacy is made to preserve the flavour of a well-seasoned fish. To this extraordinary taste, which only Ramirez can offer, is added the undeniable benefits conferred by mackerel, rich in omega 3 and vitamins B and B12.
Horse mackerel in vegetable oil4.33 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 mackerel in spicy vegetable oil4.63 out of 5
Mackerel, regardless of its size, is a fatty fish, like the sardines, and therefore has several health advantages: it is recommended for its high content of Omega 3, a polyunsaturated fatty acid, which protects the heart and helps to reduce the risk of heart attack by controlling the levels of cholesterol present in the blood.
Horse mackerel in olive oil4.77 out of 5
The Ramirez canned horse mackerel in olive oil combine two essential foods of the Mediterranean diet: the horse mackerel, indispensable for obtaining proteins, and the olive oil, the preferred source of fat Combining the benefits of horse mackerel with olive oil, this Ramirez preserve is an excellent alternative to fresh fish in the so-called Mediterranean diet.
Sardine Fillets in Extra Virgin Olive Oil4.60 out of 5
The Berthe sardine fillets prove to be the best friends of parents who seek to encourage children to eat fish. Easier to prepare and with a more careful presentation, delighting kids and adults alike. They are presented in olive oil, the preferred source of fat in the Mediterranean diet.
Small Sardines in Tomato Sauce4.92 out of 5
The irresistible flavour of the traditional small sardines, presented in a tasty tomato sauce, which is the 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 low salt olive oil4.67 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.