The product

Acciughe Cantabriche - 80 g in tin

Cantabrian anchovies in extra virgin olive oil
Code:
93676
Country of origin:
Spain
Weight:
80 g
Minimum order:
1 piece
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Raw material Cantabrian anchovies in extra virgin olive oil
Appearance Fillets are boneless and intact, without cuts or breaks, brown to reddish in colour because they mature in a more salted brine for a shorter period compared to 00 anchovies
Taste Fillet are compact to the palate, pleasantly dolce and sapid, never salty, with a rich bouquet of aromas
Our selection In the Cantabrian Sea, anchovies live in more hydrogenated and colder water compared to the Mediterranean Sea. For this reason they develop a more compact and juicy meat, with more fat. Best quality anchovies are fished between April and June, when the fish has the most amount of fat developed during the colder months
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Ingredients Cantabrian Anchovies (Engraulis encrasicolu s), extra virgin olive oil, salt
Allergens Fish and products thereof
FAO Area F27
Weight 80 g
Packaging Tin
Storage Conditions (packaged products) Keep refrigerated between +5 and +12 °C. Once opened cover with olive oil to preserve the products and consume within 72 hours
Instructions for use Take it out of the fridge 5 minutes before serving
Nutrition Declaration Energy: 734 kJ / 175 kcal
Fat: 7,6 g
of which saturates: 1 g
Carbohydrate: 0 g
of which sugars: 0 g
Protein: 26,6 g
Salt: 9 g
Typical value per 100 g
The producer

Yurrita e Hijos - Mutriku - Spain

Why we chose them
Yurrita and Hijos is a company founded in 1867 by the Yurrita family, which for generations produces 5 Cantabrian Anchovies. Yurrita is located in the Basque Country, Mutriku, that is a small fishing village overlooking the Cantabrian Sea, about an hour's drive from San Sebastian. When we visited the company we hit the link with tradition and attention to quality in every process of the production chain: from the purchase of anchovies in nearby marinas to manic cleaning the fish, from the long aging of the product in salt packaging manual. Every single anchovy fillet is cleaned and packaged manually by a group of only women. "Why only women are capable of doing this painstaking work - confessed Juan Yurrita during the visit - while men are dedicated to offshore fishing." Recently the Yurrita family also acquired a processing facility of "Bonito del Norte", the famous albacore tuna caught in Cantabrico. The tuna is caught on the hook and the fishing trip was a real ceremony in the offshore, which lasts about a week or even more.
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