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Best Canned Seafood from us to you ....

Seafood is something that is enjoyed by the majority of people around the world. Some cultures and countries eat seafood as a staple meal. Others simply enjoy it as a snack or once-in-a-while meal.

Seafood is nutritious, filling, affordable, and easy to eat. There are countless benefits you can receive from including more of it in your diet.

The beautiful thing about canned seafood is that there are so many different varieties to try. Some examples are tuna, sardines, oysters, salmon, and anchovies. Within these different kinds of seafood, you will find even more variety depending on the species, recipe, etc.

How do you know what the best canned seafood is? Is water-based or oil-based fish better? Does the species mater? We’ll answer all these questions and more in this comprehensive guide.

Different Types & Varieties of Canned Seafood

There are so many different types of canned seafood. Below are just a few out of the many different options you have.

  • Herring
  • Salmon
  • Sardines
  • Mackerel
  • Albacore Tuna
  • Crabmeat
  • Clams
  • Baby Shrimp
  • Anchovies
  • Oysters
  • Yellowfin Tuna
  • Octopus
  • Trout

Once you find seafood you want to purchase, you’ll then need to ask yourself if you want the seafood to be in water or oil. Do you want it flavored, or not? Smoky, or regular? Do you want freshwater, or saltwater fish? All of these answers will help you narrow down your options until you find the perfect canned seafood to suit your needs.

Adepa Ye Sardines in Extra Virgin Vegatable  Oil

Sardines are a type of seafood that some people love, and others hate. It seems to be one or the other. If you’re one of those who love sardines, this brand is a must-try if you haven’t already. Even if you don’t normally like sardines, you might like these! Or, you might want to eat them for the nutritional qualities.

These sardines are lightly smoked to enhance their flavor and enhance their “meatiness.” They come in 4.4 ounce cans, and like most canned seafood, they’re great for Keto and Paleo diets.

Sardines are truly nutritional powerhouses. They contain so many essential vitamins and minerals. This includes Omega-3, protein, calcium, and iron. Per serving, they contain an impressive 1,800 mg of omega-3s an 18 grams of protein.

These sardines are ready-to-eat. They were cleaned in advance and they’re also scale-free. They make a good addition to sandwiches and salads, or any savory dish in general.

These sardines are sustainably sourced. The company uses the only method of sustainable sardine fishing which is called purse-seine fishing. This ensures that the rest of the ocean creatures are protected.

Sardines are one of the more sustainable fishes to eat because they’re very low on the food chain. They have a lower carbon footprint than other fish, and there’s always an abundance of them.

Our sardines were harvested from well-managed fisheries that don’t damage any habitats in the process.

The ingredients for these sardines are: Sardines, Extra VirginVegetable Oil, Water, Sea Salt. Completely natural and healthy ingredients. Everything is Non-GMO Project Certified and Kosher certified.

Due to the freshness, these sardines need to be refrigerated after opening.

Adepa Ye Mackarel

If you like fish with a fishy flavor, club mackerel might be something you enjoy. This wild mackerel is sustainably harvested from Atlantic waters in Portugal or in the South China Sea area, mackarels are found in abundance. The fish are caught with the traditional line and hook fishing method.

This ocean fish is skinned and deboned before it’s placed in the can. It’s also cooked with very high-quality olive oil. This enhances the flavor an keeps it nice and fresh.

The ingredients in this can are:  Mackerel, Olive Oil, Salt. Adepa Ye mackerel is one of the most nutritious fish out there. Every 4.4 ounce tin of the fish has 19 grams of protein, so it’s great for athletes or those who have a protein-based diet. Per every 1/4 cup, there are 120 calories, 10% of your calcium, 15% of your vitamin D, some iron, and potassium.

It’s gluten-free, and there aren’t any preservatives or additives. Adepa Ye mackerel also contains high amounts of DHA and EPA, which we need for brain health.