Sardines in Olive Oil

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.

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  1. 5 out of 5


    Best sardines I tasted. Are they available in Mississauga, Canada? Any stores or supermarkets stock these in Mississauga, ON., Canada?

    • Carla Ferreira (store manager)

      Dear Pinto, thanks for your words. Please check your email inbox as we sent you the required information.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Berto Carduus

    For me, it has always been my favourite canned sardines… When I cannot find them, I buy cans labeled Cocagne here in Brussels… I only consume sardines prepared in olive oil… I thought that they were also very good…! And, until a few days ago, I did not know that Cocagne is the branding in Belgium for my favourite “Ramirez” sardines…! Amazing and great news…! I noticed some cans stating “Sardines Sauvage (wild)”… I thought that all sardines were wild… So, I’m wondering what is the difference with other cans that are not specifically label “wild”…
    Is there such a think as “sardine farms”…?
    Thank you for taking the time to answer my query and please continue to make this simple but magic food…!
    I hope to come and visit you as soon as conditions are possible…
    Take care and best regards,
    Berto Carduus

    • Carla Ferreira (store manager)

      Dear Mr. Carduus,

      First of all thank you for being a loyal customer of our brands, Ramirez and Cocagne. In fact quality is our main drive!
      Cocagne is being sold in Belgium since 1906 and, nowadays, we are market leaders in sardines.
      Please note that all sardines are wild and there aren´t “sardines farms”. The designation “Sardines Sauvages” / “Wild Sardines” is commercial and our aim is to better inform the consumer highlighting even further the quality of the fish.
      Please let us know if we can be of further assistance.
      You are more than welcomed, so when visiting Porto please give us a call.
      Thank you again and regards

  3. 5 out of 5

    Wendy Roy

    The best sardines I have EVER had. I live just outside of Williams Lake BC. Canada. I have yet to find these in any markets. Can you help me locate a place In BC Canada that distributes Ramirez, so I can contact them and order a case?
    Thank you,
    Wendy Roy

    • Carla Ferreira (store manager)

      Dear Wendy, thanks for your comments. We’ll send you still today some names by email.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Nick ilyasov

    The best canned food ever. So difficult to find this canned Sardines in Russia, it can take around 2 hours to find a shop where our family can get your sardines. Hope to visit porto and try your fresh canned sardines there

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Nutritional properties per 100 g of drained weight:

Energy: 249 Kcal (1101 kJ)
Fats: 15 g, of which,
- Saturated: 3.7 g
- Polyunsaturated: 4.2 g
Carbohydrates: 0.8 g, of which,
- Sugars: <0.5 g Proteins: 21 g Salt: 0.55 g Omega 3: 2.7 g Ingredients: Sardines (fish), olive oil and salt.
Net weight: 125 g
Storage conditions: After opening, keep 1 day in the cold, in appropriate container