Sprat is a very tender and extremely tasty fish. It is an excellent source of high-value proteins. Sprat meat is rich in omega-3 fatty acids that help prevent many circulatory diseases.
The body shape of sprats is most similar to that of sardines. Sprats have an elongated body slightly flattened at hips.
In winter, Sprat lives in shallower waters and closer to the coast, while in summer it retreats to the open sea and into deeper waters, sometimes up to 150 m, but most often between 30 and 70 m deep. Like other blue fish, sprats live in flocks, and these flocks are smaller than that of sardines. In search of food, flocks are in constant motion, and sprats feed on a variety of planktons.
Note: Once thawed, the product should not be refrozen.
|**Nutritional value on 100g of product:||per portion 200g:||*RI per portion|
|Of which saturated fatty acids||0.9g||0.9g||0.9g|
|Of which sugars||0.9g||0.9g||0.9g|
*Reference intake of an average adult (8400kJ / 2000 kcal)
**Values may differ due to season related differences in quality of raw materials.