Season Sardines in Tomato Sauce. 4.375 Ounces per can. A natural source of Omega-3 fatty acids (1.4g per serving), protein and calcium. Wild caught. (Pack of 12)
- Pack of twelve, 4.375 ounces each (total of 52.5 ounces)
- Comes with a easy to open lid
- Natural source of omega 3s, protein and calcium
To me these are just average. They’re not great, and there’s nothing off-putting about them. They’re the medium size fishies that get called “sardines”, and not the more expensive tiny fishes (which taste better in my opinion), and not the herring that show up in the really cheap sardine cans.
The easy-open can is a great idea. No more splattering tomato sauce over myself when despite my best efforts to open a metal can correctly I just don’t do it with quite the right touch.
The problem is that I’ve been spoiled by the little sardines, and I just can’t see myself staying with these. I’ll finish off what I bought (and enjoy those easy-open cans, but I won’t buy them again.
I’ve tried many different brands on sardines on amazon and Season sardines are my favorite ones so far. I highly recommend these. The Season sardines in olive oil are also delicious and healthier than some of the other (non-olive based) oils used by other brands. And yes, these easy-to-open cans are another big plus in book.