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Wild Sardines
In Marinara Sauce – 4.4oz

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Caught in the North Pacific Ocean, these meaty, firm and flavorful sardines are delicious!

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A tasty nutritional powerhouse with 21g Protein, 15% Daily Value of Calcium, and an average of 2,800mg EPA and DHA Omega 3 per serving.

An important source of essential nutrients — Omega 3, protein, Vitamin D, calcium, potassium and iron — each tasty little fish in our marinara sauce is scale-free and delectable when tossed with your favorite pasta!

Wild Planet offers five traditional sardine varieties: in Extra Virgin Olive Oil; in Water; in Water with No Salt Added; in Extra Virgin Olive Oil with Lemon; and in Marinara Sauce.

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• Available in a 4.4oz can (125g)
• OU Kosher Pareve
• Gluten Free
• Fish caught in the North Pacific
• Ingredients: Sardines (Sardinops sagax or Sardinops melanostictus), water, tomato paste, garlic, sugar, sea salt, pepper powder, basil, oregano

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COMMENTS
  • Kathleen

    These are my favorite! The marinara is hard to find in stores.
  • Liz

    Living in the middle of the US, it is really hard for me to get high quality seafood. No retailers in my city sell fresh or frozen sardines. These canned sardines are by far the best I've ever had. I also like the olive oil + lemon variety. These are ... amazing mashed with some Worchestershire sauce on crackers.

  • AmosCB

    Very good. My wife enjoyed them as well.
  • Judy Lohmeyer (verified owner)

    Yummy!
  • Matthew

    These are the best sardines in marinara / tomato sauce that are available on the market. I second the motion for a mustard variety - either a good organic dijon or organic yellow mustard, but mild. IMO, there are too many products coming out where the heat ruins the product.
  • Jeremy

    Fantastic! I have been eating the Wild Planet sardines in olive oil for a few years and was very excited when they came out with a marinara alternative. It is now my go-to, at least when I can find it. Even my little kids like it. Now, I'm hoping for ... a mustard variety as well.

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