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Anchovies in salt Gold Series 85g Ría de Santoña

9,35  8,42  IVA incluido

Can of 85 g

Anchovies in salt Gold Series Ría de Santoña are made in the Cantabrian village of Santona, with anchovies caught in the Bay of Biscay and produced in a workshop of Santona. The tinned anchovies Gold Series are 100% artisan elaborated. Its gutting, heading, boning and handling by hand. The cure process of this anchovy fillets is of 7 months and having a low amount of salt. The salted anchovies Gold Series Ría de Santoña are seasoned with olive oil.

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Anchovies in salt Gold Series Ría de Santoña are made in the Cantabrian village of Santona, with anchovies caught in the Bay of Biscay and produced in a workshop of Santona. The tinned anchovies Gold Series are 100% artisan elaborated. Its gutting, heading, boning and handling by hand. The cure process of this anchovy fillets is of 7 months and having a low amount of salt. The salted anchovies Gold Series Ría de Santoña are seasoned with olive oil.

Gross weight (container inc.)0.3 kg
Format

Can of 85 g

Nº Fruits

13-15 Cantabrian anchovies

Product origin

Santoña (Spain)

Brand

Ría de Santoña

Ingredients

Cantabrian anchovies, salt and olive oil.

Suitable for allergics to lactose

Yes

Suitable for allergics to dry fruits

Yes

Suitable for allergics to egg

Yes

Suitable for allergics to gluten

Yes

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