Sardines in Olive Oil
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.
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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.
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