Anchovies in EVOO 130g

$23.00

Anchovies in EVOO 120g – Catch Area FAO 37.1.2. –

Ingredients: Anchovies fillets Fish (Engraulis encrasicolus) 70%, Extra Virgin Olive Oil 29%, Marine Salt 0.5%.

Contains Fish Made in Sicily (Italy)

ANCHOVIES SUGGESTED FOOD MATCHING

These great anchovies  in EVOO are very versatile in their use. Perfect anchovies for aperitifs and snacks, fantastic with linguine and hand crushed tomatoes and breadcrumbs. these anchovies are also excellent for flavouring meat dishes. Anchovies in oil extra virgin!

Description

Anchovies Adelfio 1931

The company has always put tradition and quality before marketing policies. anchovies and Tunas fishing has been the only way of life, and the product has always and only ever been processed in accordance with tradition. Very rare values, but they have allowed Adelfio’s products to maintain their original authenticity. Tuna and its by-products are sold according to the classic forms, handed down over the centuries by the maritime culture, made of simple and authentic things.

Marzamemi, ancient Sicilian fishing village 

Adjacent to the old tuna fand anchovies fishery of the Prince of Villadorata  you will find their establishment in the heart of the seaside village.

From the years when tuna fishing was still flourishing to the present day, fish (anchovies and tuna has always been our only job, our only true passion.

Marzamemi is a southern Italian hamlet of Pachino and Noto, two municipalities part of the Province of Syracuse, Sicily.

Marzamemi is located by the Ionian Sea coast of the island of Sicily and is 3.97 kilometres (2.47 mi) from Pachino. It has a population of 367

In 1959, a Byzantine merchant ship was found near Marzamemi. The vessel, which might date back to the 6th century during the reign of Justinian I, contained decorative elements of a church’s nave.

Anchovies FAO CATCHING ARE 37

37.0 indicates the boundaries of the Mediterranean and Black Sea (Major Fishing Area 37). A description of the area and its subareas and divisions follows.

The Mediterranean and Black Sea Statistical Area comprises all the marine waters bounded, to the west, by a line running from a point on the coast of Morocco at 5°36’W longitude, thence due north to the coast of Spain (isthmus of Punta Marroqui) and, to the southeast, by the northern entrance to the Suez Canal.

Marine waters include brackishwaters, lagoons and all other areas where fishes and other organisms of marine origin are predominant.

The Mediterranean and Black Sea is divided into the following subareas and divisions.

Ionian (Division 37.2.2 anchovies catching area)

The waters of the Central Mediterranean bounded by a line commencing at 25°00′ east longitude on the coast of north Africa running due north to 34°00′ north latitude; thence due west to 23°00′ east longitude; thence due north to the Greek coast of the Peloponnese; thence in a northerly direction along the coast of the Peloponnese to the Corinth Canal;
thence across the Corinth Canal following the west coast of Greece and the coast of Albania to its northern frontier on the Adriatic Sea.
thence due west along parallel 41°49’N to Cape Gargano on the coast of Italy;
Thence following the coast of Italy to 38°00′ north latitude; thence due west along 38°00′ north latitude, across the Strait of Messina, to the coast of Sicily, thence following the east and south coasts of Sicily to Trapani at 38°02’N 12°32’E;
thence along a rhumb line from Trapani to Cape Bon (Ras el Tib) at 37°08′ N latitude and 11°00’E longitude on the Tunisian coast; thence southwards and eastwards following the coast of north Africa to the starting point.

Meet our Producer: Adelfio 1931

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Weight 0.400 kg

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