Small Sardines in Tomato Sauce
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.
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Nutritional properties per 100 g of drained weight:Energy: 166 Kcal (610 kJ)Fats: 11 g, of which,- Saturated: 3.7 g - Polyunsaturated: 4.7 gCarbohydrates: 0.8 g, of which,-Sugars: 0.6 gProteins: 21 gSalt: 0.90 gOmega 3: 3.4 gIngredients: Sardines (fish) (65%), water, tomato (12%), soya oil and salt.Net weight: 90 gStorage conditions: After opening, keep 1 day in the cold, in appropriate container
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