Tuna Fillets in Olive Oil with Artichoke Hearts
Tuna with superfood artichoke heart, which can help preventing heart disease and cancer, detoxing liver and digestive tract, and reducing inflammation.
Sardines in Olive Oil
Just in case you ever get sick of other seafood, the classic sardines in olive oil is still waiting for you.
Tuna Fillets in Olive Oil with Red Pepper and Basil
This little tin of tuna with red pepper and basil will give you a spicy yet refreshing taste.
Horse Mackerel in Pickled Sauce
These delightfully Al Dente Horse Mackerel are packed in vegetable oil that has been seasoned with tomato, onion, vinegar, paprika, ground pepper, and laurel. These ingredients add savory complexity rather than bold heat.
Conservas Naval Horse Mackerel in Hot Vegetable Stew
Let’s eat something special and spicy. Horse Mackerel with Piri-Piri sounds good!
Conservas Açor Tuna in Olive Oil and Smoked Sausage with Onion
Atlantic tuna cooked with Portuguese sausage Chouriço and onion. Hide it fast. The black bird wants its share too!
Conservas Catraio Tuna Fillets in Olive Oil
The hard-working fisherman risked his life on a small boat at the vast Atlantic Ocean to bring you back the wild-caught tuna which is so fresh that only needs olive oil and salt to marinate.
Spiced Mackerel Fillets in Extra Virgin Organic Olive Oil
Like their Jose counterparts, these fillets have just the right amount of kick to make any meal special and healthy.
Sardines in Organic Tomato Sauce
I can only describe this tin in a formula: Wild and Sustainably-Caught Sardines + Organic Tomato = Hearty, Healthy and Tasty Meal
Sardines in Extra Virgin Organic Olive Oil
This healthiest sardine makes the rendition of the classic a delicate experience, ready for any use.
Codfish in Olive Oil and Garlic
Enjoy this Bacalhua in olive oil and garlic straight from the tin. Bacalhua is the Portuguese word referring to dried and salted codfish. Here, the specially selected Bacalhua pieces are lightly cooked and packed in olive oil with garlic – a classic Portuguese combination. No one knows better on cooking codfish than the Portuguese. For codfish alone, Portuguese has invented over 300 ways to cook it. Serve the cod in olive oil and garlic with fluffy white rice and salad for a quick main meal. Or drizzle slices of fresh bread with olive oil and toast until crisp, top with pieces of cod and finish with a squeeze of lemon and a few drops of piri-piri sauce for a Portuguese-inspired starter.
Spiced Calamari in Ragout Sauce
A nice alternative to the sardine variety, these squid stuffed with risotto are just begging to be put through some fresh pasta for an easy meal. Or, just as they are. Trust us, these are good.