Mackerel fillets in olive oil
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.
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Small Mackerel in Vegetable Oil0 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.
Sardines in Olive Oil0 out of 5
Being a typically Portuguese product, the Ramirez sardines in olive oil combine two essential foods of the Mediterranean diet: sardine, indispensable for obtaining proteins, and olive oil, the preferred source of fat. Combining the benefits of sardines with olive oil, this Ramirez product is an excellent alternative to fresh fish in the so-called Mediterranean diet.
Sardines in Ragout Sauce0 out of 5
Traditional Portuguese culinary delights taste better when they are ready to eat. This is the case of Ramirez sardines in ragout sauce: they have all the flavour of a delicious ragout made in the old-fashioned way by Portuguese fishermen. To taste them, just open the can.
Sardines in Vegetable Oil0 out of 5
The preserved sardine in vegetable oil is a traditional product in the Portuguese diet, which Ramirez is proud to produce since the mid-nineteenth century. 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 Olive Oil0 out of 5
It is one of the most appreciated products in Portugal and abroad. The Ramirez Tuna in Olive oil combines the benefits of tuna with those of olive oil, making it a good alternative to fresh fish in the so-called Mediterranean diet. The Mediterranean diet is now considered by doctors and nutritionists as one of the vectors of healthy living and increased life expectancy, providing a nutritional balance and presenting numerous benefits in terms of cardiovascular health and prevention against various types of cancer.
Natural Mackerel Fillets0 out of 5
With only added salt and water, the natural mackerel fillets are recommended for their high content of omega 3, a polyunsaturated fatty acid, which protects the heart and helps reduce the risk of heart attack by controlling the levels of cholesterol present in the blood.
Smoked mackerel fillets with olive oil0 out of 5
To the health benefits of the mackerel, this preserve adds the homemade and traditional flavour of smoke, as well as the benefits of olive oil, regarded as a preferred fat in the Mediterranean diet.
Tuna with Mayonnaise and Vegetables0 out of 5
A tasty and nutritious tapa to enjoy with family and friends, accompanied by a good Portuguese white wine.
Tuna with Potato Salad and Mayonnaise0 out of 5
A pleasant ready to eat meal, seasoned by a new mayonnaise that pleases the whole family.
Tuna with Chickpeas0 out of 5
This salad combines the chickpeas with the tuna. 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.