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Riga Sprats In Oil 5.6oz | Transparent Lid

Riga Sprats In Oil 5.6oz | Transparent Lid

$2.25

Brisling Sardines are often known as “Riga Sprats” have been produced in Latvia since the 19th Century, and they have become one of the country’s most famous brands. Modern brand “Grilled Catch” makes a real art out of making tasty canned fish, as most of the process is absolute manual work!

Riga Sprats are a type of small, fatty fish that originates from Latvia. They are usually smoked and come in a variety of flavors, such as dill and garlic. While Riga sprats are often eaten as a snack or appetizer, they are also used in main dishes and salads. Riga sprats are high in protein, and omega-3 fatty acids, which are essential for good health.
 
Riga sprats are low in mercury and other toxins. This makes it an often safe option for pregnant women and young children.
 
Smoked Riga sprats are an option if you're looking for healthy, flavorful fish to add to your healthy diet. 

riga sprats

The recipes are based on the old traditions of Latvian people providing you with a yummy taste.  
 
We have a product with not only perfect taste but also the most accurate and attractive appearance.  Enjoy the great taste of premium quality canned fish brought to you directly from the wild!
 
The Innovative transparent plastic lid for canned fish products keeps the same characteristics as traditional canned packaging and is available and ready to munch. The transparent lid is multi-layered, UV, and breaking-resistant polypropylene. Riga Sprats can also be stored at room temperature with a shelf life of 2.5 years.
 
Our product is wild-caught, BPA-free, gluten-free, GMO-free, Paleo-friendly, hand-packed ready to eat, and keeps the natural fish taste.

Latvia Smoked Riga Sprats

  • Number of cans per inner case: 8
  • Number of cans per carton: 32
  • Shelf Life: 2 yrs

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Customers Frequently Asked Questions

Q: After opening the jar of Lativa Sprats, should it be refrigerated?
A: We usually try our best not to eat them all, but sometimes when the cans are half-open or less they can get a little dry. After opening up the can we put olive oil on top and cover it back with foil so that way no matter what happens in terms of spoilage from bacteria growth inside your fridge (which would be ideal) nothing will happen until you're ready for another meal!