Sardines
POSTED NOV 2, 2018


Small fish, big flavor

Sardines, the fish that fed millions of soldiers during both World War I and World War II and also Sicilian, foreign-born workers, can now be found in pantries everywhere. In fact, sardines got their name from the second largest island in the Mediterranean Sea, located just west of the Italian Peninsula, Sardinia. This fish might appear to be small, but they are packed with intense flavor. Sardines are also very sustainable, as their populations are abundant and healthy.

Our Sardines

Cento Sardines are skinless and boneless packed in olive oil with a convenient pull tab making them an essential pantry staple. This natural multivitamin is loaded with heart healthy Omega 3 fatty acids, B12, calcium, iron, and potassium. Here are a few ways you can add this healthy fish to your next dish…

  • On Toast
  • As a pizza topping
  • With crackers and cheese
  • In a salad or salad dressing
  • Added to your favorite pasta dish
  • On a sandwich

Cento Sardines