Smoked mackerel fillets with olive oil
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.
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Nutritional properties per 100 g of drained weight:
Energy: 163 Kcal (683 kJ)
Fats: 7.2 g, of which,
- Saturated: 1.6 g
- Polyunsaturated: 1.0 g
Carbohydrates: < 0.5 g, of which, - Sugars: <0.5 g Proteins: 24 g Salt: 0.17 g Omega 3: 0.62 gIngredients: Mackerel fillets (fish), olive oil, smoke flavouring (0.2%) and salt.
Net weight: 120 g
Storage conditions: After opening, keep in the cold in an appropriate container for up to 1 day
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