Brand: Brunswick Sardines in Mustard and Dill SauceCalories per can: 150Ingredients: sardines, water, mustard, soybean oil, acedic acid, modified cornstarch, salt, sugar, tumeric, dill, xanthan, gum, spices, annatoTaste: These were not great. By signing up, you agree to our Terms of Use and acknowledge the data practices in our Privacy Policy. If I were going to spend more than $1 a can, these would be it. Brand: Yankee Clipper lightly smoked sardines in soybean oilCalories per can: 240Ingredients: lightly smoked sardines, soybean oil, saltThis is sardine classic. Yet the flavor was good. Haven’t tried them yet because they are only sold in packs of six cans. The short story: Angelo Parodi sardines are the only truly exceptional sardines sampled so far. Both the sardine and olive taste were pronounced. There were nice pieces of olive in there too. For some reason, it was an obstacle to overcome. It seems as though most of the Filipino sardines come in tomato sauce. The sardines weren’t anything too much … except perhaps expensive. However, all sardines are wild. In operation for over 90 years, the Season Brand offers a European quality fish with the convenience of a multitude of styles of fish. King Oscar: Although they claim they are oak-smoked, that flavor never comes across even in the plain water version. Finest small and delicate brisling sardines in top-grade extra virgin olive oil. Very good Brand: Brunswick Sardines in tomato & basil Sauce (Safeway)Calories per can: 150Ingredients: sardines, water, tomato paste, modified cornstarch, salt, sugar, basil, soybean oil, citric acid, extract of paprika and other spices, XANTHAN GUM, polysorbate 90Taste: Ugly. Canning food started when Napoleon offered a prize to anyone who could preserve food for the army to carry with them. Sardines can any one of about 20 types of small soft-boned saltwater fish. Brand: Beach Cliff Sardines in soybean oilCalories per can: 200Ingredients: sardines, soybean oil, saltTaste: These were the biggest sardines with only three snuggled in the can. - Our site uses cookies to create better experiences for you. It will come in below all the other olive oil sardines because the price is double and even triple with no advantage. I will (and have) bought these again. Despite fishy sardine taste, there was a clean flavor to these. When I think Poland, I know I think sardines. Sardines kept their shape. Brand: Brunswick Sardines in Mustard Sauce Calories per can: 150Ingredients: Sardines, Water, Mustard, Acetic Acid, Modified Corn Starch, Salt, Turmeric, Spices, Xanthan Gum, Natural Flavor and ColorTaste: These were large size sardines in a mild mustard sauce. By the Way, there is no such fish as a sardine. Browse through our wide selection of wild-caught canned sardines. Actually most sardines are gluten-free, except for some brands packed in tomato and mustard sauce which use thickeners. The olive oil was excellent without calling attention to itself. Brand: Angelo Parodi Sardine Portoghesi all’olio di olivoCalories per can: 120Ingredients: sardines, olive oil, salt Taste: These Portuguese sardines imported and sold by an Italian company established in the 1800’s. However, all of the Italian markets near me only sold Portuguese sardines imported by the Italian company Angelo Parodi. The different packaging just seemed weird. Ironically I couldn’t find canned sardines from the country that gave these small fish the name. It made me wonder about that oblong shaped can. Any recommendations would be appreciated. They are “made in the USA’ with processing plants in Maine using Atlantic sardines that cruise the coast of Maine. Our Brunswick Foods business focuses on providing you with quality Wild Caught sardines from the pristine waters of Canada and off the Atlantic Coast of Poland. The smaller fish are canned as Wild Caught Sardines while the larger fish are canned as Wild Caught Seafood Snacks (Kippers). Packed with lots of pepper slices these have a strong jalapeño flavor; that is to say, not just spicy, but also with the identifiable flavor of jalapeño. A smaller boat takes one end of the net and pulls it around the school and reconnects the net to the main fishing vessel. The soybean oil was nicely neutral giving a nice mouth feel. Fell apart a bit, but basically good shape. A good combination of taste and health would be sardines fishes. Another method used to catch schools of herring in the Bay of Fundy is through the use of weirs, a passive fishing method adapted from the Native American Indians in the 16thcentury. At this point, the fish are pumped onboard the fishing vessel where they are put in refrigerated seawater for transport to our processing facility. For some reason sardines with the actual Bumble Bee brand name on the can are processed in Poland.