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Wild Planet Wild Sardines in Extra Virgin Olive Oil with Lemon, 4.375-Ounce Tins (Pack of 6)
- Seafood with fresh-from-the-sea flavor
- Nothing compares to the flavor, nutrition and value offered by Wild Planet!
- Sustainably caught along the central California coastline
- These meaty, firm and flavorful whole portions are high in protein and loaded with calcium, phosphorus and iron.
- Delectable on a sandwich, as a salad topper, or as an ingredient in your favorite recipe!
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Top Customer Reviews
Why all the concern over size? I usually dislike the commercial packaged large sardines as they seem to have off flavors, bones more solid than not, fins and slimy sections of skin. Those large sardines packed in the strong flavor sauces seem to be the ones that need the sauces to mask their less palatable features, I dislike even more.
Inside my first can of these sardines were three quite large well cleaned sardines. Not as oily looking, smoky smelling or saliva inducing as my preferred brislings.
Waste not, want not; I rather grimly dug in and I was pleasantly surprised. The fish were cleaned well, bones were virtually nonexistant, flavor was light, almost fresh. Fresh dried sardines are still better at this size, but these were darn good. Instead of putting a sardine on a cracker I would put a chunk of sardine meat on the cracker instead. Quite good.
I'd prefer a little more smoke flavor. But until I find a good source for naturally smoked double layer brislings these will certainly do.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Just tried my first can of these. I got five medium size fish in the can. I think they're too small to be herring, but they were too big to be sprats. Pilchards maybe? Read morePublished 3 months ago by lighten_up_already2
Wild Planet Wild Sardines in Extra Virgin Olive Oil with Lemon are scale-free, like all Wild Planet sardines. And these are lightly smoked with lemon added. Read morePublished 9 months ago by mirasreviews
Does not have that horrid supermarket canned sardine taste. Gotta admit that. It is not really skinless as it still has silver and black on the skin side. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Nom De Plume
Been eating sardines since 1950s and these are the freshest best tasting I have ever had. Just ordered 12 more for the holiday weekend, probably put them on subscription. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Lifesart
When purchased this product I was not put off with negative replies back then. I will purchase it again and again. Can't imagine why someone would nix wild sardines. Read morePublished 21 months ago by LindaE
I picked up the sardine habit in Portugal years ago. These are excellent, but the pricing has become a problem.
I paid $15.88 at Amazon Prime on 21 Oct 2012.
Very tasty fish these are. Cans look a bit smaller, but taste a whole lot better, than anything you could find in the supermarket. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Carlos Vargas
Delicious sardines! I have tried different brands and this is the best by far. Will buy again. Shipping was quick and easy also.Published on November 6, 2013 by Shakeraleighhalford