Sardines in Olive Oil

Delicious little sardines caught in the Mediterranean and traditionally processed to preserve their rich consistency and intense flavor.

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Extra Virgin Olive Oil Fruttato
Extra Virgin Olive Oil Fruttato

1 Bottle of 16.9 fl oz

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Sardines in Olive Oil

Simplicity is the secret of our Sardines in Olive Oil. From the tasty pilchardus species, these small, bright silver-colored fish are caught in the summer, when the consistency is rich and fleshy. Processed in the traditional way to preserve the intense, exquisite flavor.


Sardina pilchardus


Small, firm and compact


A delicious way to bring a touch of character to the simplest dishes


Sardines, olive oil, salt.
Contains fish.
Naturally gluten-free

Store in a cool and dry place.
Once opened keep refrigerated and use within 3 days.

3 OZ. (85g)
Produced for FRATELLI CARLI S.p.A. - Via Garessio 11 - 18100 Imperia - Italy By CONSORCIO ESPANOL CONSERVERO S.A. Calle Eguilior 1 - 39740 Santoña - Spain

Nutrition Facts

1 Serving per container Serving Size: 1 can (60g) drained Amount per Serving: Calories 140, Total Fat 10g (12% DV), Saturated Fat 2.5g (12% DV), Trans Fat 0g, Cholesterol 45mg (15% DV), Sodium 180mg (8% DV), Total Carbohydrate 0g (0% DV), Dietary Fiber 0g (0% DV), Total Sugars 0g, Includes 0g Added Sugars (0% DV), Protein 14g, Vitamin D 2.9mcg (15% DV), Calcium 170mg (15% DV), Iron 1.5mg (8% DV), Potassium 130mg (2% DV)

Fishing area and method

Mediterranean sea – FAO zone 37
Caught in summer when the species is most numerous.

Potato, green bean and sardine salad
Tartlet with grilled peppers and sardines

Did you know

Sardines are known in Italian as “blue fish”, not only because of the color of the scales, but also because they can be found in the blue waters near the coast during certain periods.

Peculiar features and aromas

The rich flavor and bright silvery color make our Sardines a joy for both the eyes and palate.



Small in size, with the head and entrails removed, with the silver color characteristic of the species.



Firm and compact.



Rich, intense, typical of the species, enhanced with a top-quality olive oil that heightens the flavor without being greasy.

Rich in Omega 3

One of the main benefits of oily fish is its nutritional qualities. Sardines are a source of vitamins and minerals, and are rich in essential fatty acids, including the important Omega 3, which help protect the heart and arteries and boost brain development.

Get inspired

Delicious, versatile and ready to use. All the pleasure of quality fish, without any elaborate preparation. The balanced, smooth flavor makes sardines perfect for any recipe.


Try them:

  • with a green salad or steamed potatoes
  • as a sandwich filling or pizza topping
  • with a dish of penne pasta
focaccia with sardines and cherry tomatoes