Sprats in vegetable oil "King Oscar", 170 g

Best quality Baltic sprats in vegetable oil with carrots and green peas King Oscar

Fish caught wild in the Baltic Sea

kosher-certified, hand-packed

high omega 3 content

high protein content

gluten free

delicate texture and light flavor

Nutrition Information/calories            

Typical values           per 100 g           

Energy                             733kJ/176kcal

Fat                                    13.0g

of which saturates         2.8g

Carbohydrate                 0.8g

of which sugars              0.6g

Protein                             14.0g

Salt                                    1.2g 

Omega-3 fatty acids       2.2g

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Sprats in vegetable oil "King Oscar", 170 g

  • Brand: King Oscar
  • Product Code: 173LC
  • Country of Origin: Poland
  • Ingredients: Baltic sprats, vegetable oil (soybean, rapeseed), 15% carrots & peas in various proportions, spirit vinegar, salt, paprika flavor
  • Storage conditions: Store in a dry, cool place. After opening, store in a refrigerator in a tightly closed container, not longer than 2 days
  • Weight: 270 gr
  • Availability: In Stock
  • € 2.39

Tags: GMO free, Preservative free, Gluten free

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