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Sardines with Hot Pepper

Sardines with Hot Pepper

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4.2 oz / $1.90 per oz
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The new-thing-you'll-learn-today is that Sardine Season is July - April in the Northeast Atlantic. That's when these fish are sustainably harvested and then canned with single origin extra virign olive oil and hot peppers. Spicy, meet salty.
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We are obsessed with the conservas tradition - if you've traveled in Europe you may have seen shops with beautiful boxes or printed tins stacked floor to ceiling like a combination of Jenga and a mosaic. Created as a way to feed sailors fish without risking food poisoning, this pantry staple takes responsibly sourced seafood and preserves it through canning. That means you getting super fresh fish that's ready to eat any time. Some are canned with other ingredients like preserved lemon, spicy chili sauce, garlic or hot chilis, while others let the fish shine on its own. That the boxes are gorgeous is an added feast for your eyes.

Ingredients

Sardines (fish), extra virgin olive oil, hot pepper, and sea salt.

Allergens: Fish

How to Use

This combination of spicy and salty is a fantastic and unexpected addition to your next charcuterie board. Serve them right from the tin, just make sure you have crusty baguette and some good butter.

Recycling

Good news! Both the outer box and BPA-free can are 100% recyclable in a curbside recycling bin.

These are general guidelines for broadly-recyclable materials. Check with your local recycler to confirm what they take.

Hive Five™ Certified

No need to guess what's in your food or how it was made. Our experts vet every product for ingredient integrity, responsible sourcing, and great taste using our own criteria called the Hive Five.

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Ingredient Integrity

From their wild-caught MSC-certified tuna to their Fair Trade-certified salmon, Fishwife works with responsibly-managed fisheries that utilize best practices to improve ocean health, reduce pressure on wild fish populations, and minimize bycatch.

Low Carbon Footprint

Well-managed fisheries, especially small pelagic fishes like anchovies, sardines, and mackerel, emit less carbon compared to terrestrial animal proteins. Canned seafood also helps reduce waste due to its long shelf life and recyclable packaging.

Recyclable Packaging

Fishwife's gorgeous packaging is composed of easily-recyclable paperboard boxes and BPA-free aluminum or steel cans. They prioritize recyclable materials throughout their supply chain and avoid plastic.

Committed to Social Good

Rave Worthy

Our team personally tests every product to make sure it’s good enough to end up in your home, not a landfill.

Ingredient Integrity

From their wild-caught MSC-certified tuna to their Fair Trade-certified salmon, Fishwife works with responsibly-managed fisheries that utilize best practices to improve ocean health, reduce pressure on wild fish populations, and minimize bycatch.

Low Carbon Footprint

Well-managed fisheries, especially small pelagic fishes like anchovies, sardines, and mackerel, emit less carbon compared to terrestrial animal proteins. Canned seafood also helps reduce waste due to its long shelf life and recyclable packaging.

Recyclable Packaging

Fishwife's gorgeous packaging is composed of easily-recyclable paperboard boxes and BPA-free aluminum or steel cans. They prioritize recyclable materials throughout their supply chain and avoid plastic.

Committed to Social Good

Rave Worthy

Our team personally tests every product to make sure it’s good enough to end up in your home, not a landfill.

How it does good

Fishwife's mission is to make ethically-sourced, sustainable canned seafood a staple in every cupboard. They partner with the Marine Stewardship Council, Aquaculture Stewardship Council, and Fair Trade USA to ensure their products comply with the highest standards of sustainability and social responsibility. Their product packaging is not only beautifully designed, it's also easily-recyclable and helps prevent food waste.

Third Party Certifications

  • BPA Free
  • Fair Trade Certification
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Fishwife

Fishwife cofounder, Becca Millstein, and her small but mighty team, are on a mission to make ethically-sourced, premium tinned seafood as much of a staple in US pantries as it is in Europe.

What's a "fishwife", you ask? Originally it was an umbrella term for the wives and daughters of fishermen you'd find at a market, it's since evolved into an insult for brash and foul-mouthed women, which Becca chooses to wear as a badge of honor (editor's note: us too!).

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