Tinned mackerel

Sustainably-caught tinned mackerel fillets by Galician canneries Ramón Peña and Don Reinaldo, and Portugal’s Pinhais, Nuri and Berthe. Tins of the best mackerel sourced by the canneries from the morning fish markets, filleted or with bones, in olive oil, chilli-infused and lemon-spiked olive oils, escabeche and with mustard.


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Artisan canned mackerel

Hand-prepared conservas, complemented with high quality olive oils and sauces. Add Nuri and Pinhais tinned mackerel fillets to roast vegetables, make a seafood pasta, or enjoy mackerel in tomato and chilli tomato sauce straight from the tin. Discover Cântara tins of mackerel roe with chilli too. Try breaking the mackerel roe over a salad or folding it into an omelette.

Is tinned mackerel good for you?

Canned mackerel is full of nutrition. It is an oily fish and is packed with omega-3 fatty acids which promote heart health by helping to lower cholesterol and blood pressure. Mackerel conservas are an excellent source of vitamins: B12 and B3 for energy and immunity, and vitamin D for immunity and bone and muscle health. Tinned mackerel contains minerals such as selenium which protects against cell damage and phosphorus for healthy bones and teeth.

Is mackerel a white fish?

Mackerel is an oily fish, meaning it contains high levels of omega-3 fatty acids in its flesh, unlike white fish where omega-3 is concentrated in the liver. 

What is the difference between mackerel and sardines?

They are both oily fish, but tinned sardines have a stronger, fishier taste than tinned mackerel which is milder.