Fish don’t sleep.

The seabed and its inhabitants hold a world of mysteries and curiosities with a lot to teach us.

But, even more, the sea has a lot to offer us!

The diversity of species existing in the sea and now transformed into CANS guarantee their purity and the sustainability of the Oceans.

With no colouring or preservatives and enjoying the original flavour of the fish anytime and anywhere, our cans provide richness from a nutritional point of view and an enormous variety of flavours.

Inside our cans you can find 32 different species, but all the same as a source of healthy fats and proteins. Omega 3 fatty acids are very important for our vascular health, anti aging and cognitive functions. Proteins are of high biological value and excellent digestibility.

It adds a wide range of essential vitamins and minerals such as selenium, iron, calcium and iodine and vitamins A, B12 and D that act on the immune system, maintenance of hair and nails, muscle function, bones and teeth.

It adds a wide range of essential vitamins and minerals such as selenium, iron, calcium and iodine and vitamins A, B12 and D that act on the immune system, maintenance of hair and nails, muscle function, bones and teeth.

From the youngest to the oldest, they are great for sharing and for impressing.

To innovate. To recreate. To taste.

Nutritional information by Maria Inês Nogueira

Nutritionist |4869N| Universidade Católica do Porto


Anchovies are found all over the world. However they are more common in the Mediterranean Sea and in tropical seas, with mild temperatures. It is a fish rich in good fat, especially omega-3, vitamins and minerals such as selenium, an important mineral for immunity and metabolism.

Atlantic mackerel

The atlantic mackerel is a blue, very fat fish that belongs to the mackerel family, but prefers the cold waters of northern Portugal and Europe. It is a fish with a high content of protein, unsaturated fats, vitamin B12 and omega-3.

Atlantic Pomfret

It is a species that inhabits oceanic waters between 12 and 24ºC. It can reach up to 70 cm in length and weigh up to 6kg. It is a fish with a high content of protein, vitamin B12 and D.

Atlantic wreckfish

The atlantic wreckfish lives on rocky or sandy bottoms between 40 and 450 meters deep, however it can also be found close to the surface. It is a very rare species and a fish with a low cholesterol content.


Cockle is a bivalve mollusc that is consumed due to its high protein content. It is a good source of fatty acids, low in fat and carbohydrates.


Cod lives in the icy waters of the North Atlantic and Arctic. It has a robust shape, it is laterally flattened and the body tapers towards the tail. As an adult, it can measure 1.50 meters and weigh between 30 and 90 kg. It is a lean fish, rich in proteins of high biological value and low in cholesterol.


Cuttlefish are the “chameleons of the sea”, as they can quickly change colour and body pattern. It is a nocturnal predator and feeds on crabs, fish and bivalves. Cuttlefish are a good source of potassium, have a low energy value, are low in lipids and rich in protein.


The eel has an elongated body and its maximum length can reach 122cm in males and 133cm in females. It is a carnivorous species with a characteristic life cycle. It is a source of protein, fatty acids, vitamin A and D and omega-3.

European Anchovy

The anchovy is a small, slender-bodied fish. On the Portuguese coast, it is distributed along the entire continental shelf up to a depth of 100m. It is a fish with a high content of protein and omega-3.


Flounder is a very abundant fish from the Portuguese coast, being much appreciated for being a lean fish and having a very white meat. It is a fat-free fish with a high protein content and is a source of vitamin D.

Giant squid

The giant squid is a coastal species with an elongated, cylindrical body and is decapod (contains eight arms and two tentacles). The squid is a low-fat, high-protein, high-omega-3 mollusc. It is a source of vitamin D and also provides significant amounts of phosphorus.

Gilt-head Sea Bream

The name “Gilt-head” was inspired by the golden spot between her eyes. It has a dense, firm flesh and a great concentration of flavour. It contains excellent nutritional properties such as vitamins B1, B3, B6, B12 and D and a high number of fatty acids.

Greater Amberjack

Greater amberjacks are pelagic predators that occur in the Azores mainly in the summer season in schools, as it is the breeding season. Its meat is extremely tasty, with a soft texture, but firm and juicy. It has a high nutritional value, is rich in omega-3, selenium, calcium, iodine, potassium and vitamins A and B. It is also easy to digest and low in calories.


Hake is a lean fish, with white meat, a slightly sweet taste and little fishbone. It is a good source of protein, rich in vitamins and minerals such as vitamin B3 and B6, phosphorus, iodine and selenium.

Horse Mackerel

Horse mackerel is found in the Northeast Atlantic, Madeira Archipelago and the Mediterranean Sea, where it inhabits the water column from the surface to the bottom, in coastal areas with a depth of 100 to 200m. It is a low-cholesterol, high-protein, omega-3 and vitamin B12 fish.


The sea lamprey is a species that lives in the sea, but at the time of its reproduction goes up the rivers to spawn. Until reaching the adult stage, the juveniles remain in the river. They are referred to as the “vampire fish”, since their food is based on the blood and tissue of other fish. It is a fish rich in vitamin D.


Mackerel is one of the most abundant species on the Portuguese coast. It is a fish rich in essential fatty acids, mainly omega-3, which contributes to the prevention of diseases.


The meagre is a fish that can withstand great differences in salinity. It can be found both in estuaries and areas with a lot of vegetation, and it inhabits the entire Portuguese coast. It is a white fish with very little fat and high in protein and potassium.


The mussel is a bivalve mollusc, protected by a bluish black double shell. It contains a small and tender meat with many nutritional benefits. It is low in fat, high in protein and vitamin B12.


The octopus is a marine mollusc that has a soft body, eight arms with two rows of suction cups and a colour and texture that varies with the state of the animal and the bottom it is on, given its ability to camouflage. It contains a low fat content and a high protein and omega-3 content.


The ray is a cartilaginous fish with a common origin to that of sharks. It has developed a coloration that blends in with the seabed, camouflaging itself from predators. The ray has several health benefits. This fish has very little fat and is an easily digestible source of protein, rich in calcium and phosphorus.

Razor-shell Clam

They are bivalve molluscs, which are protected by two articulated shells at one point. They live buried in the sand, especially at the exit of estuaries and rias. They are rich in iron and provide some vitamins B1 and B2.


Salmon is a large fish in the Salmonidae family that is highly sought after for its tasty pink flesh. However, the salmon is a white fish. Its red color is due to a pigment called astaxanthin, produced by algae and single-celled organisms, which are ingested by shrimp. When shrimp are eaten by salmon, the salmon acquires the pigment. Salmon is a fish that is high in protein, omega-3, vitamin D and monounsaturated fat.


Sardines are a saltwater fish that can be found in the Northeast Atlantic and Mediterranean Sea. It is a small fish, which has an amount of fat that varies with the season in which it was caught. It is in the summer that it has a higher fat content, mainly polyunsaturated fatty acids. It is also rich in vitamin B12, vitamin D and calcium.


Scabbardfish belongs to the group of blue fish, which have a higher amount of omega-3 fat. It contains a meat rich in protein and low in cholesterol.

Sea bass

Sea bass is a species of high commercial value, highly appreciated due to the firmness and quality of its meat. It is a source of protein and vitamin D. It also provides a significant amount of potassium, phosphorus, vitamin B6 and B12, niacin and thiamine.


Shrimp is a carbohydrate-free, protein-rich crustacean. It also contains nutrients such as omega-3 and antioxidants, which promote cardiovascular health.

Small Garfish

The small garfish has a long and elongated body, reaching more than 1 kg and measuring more than 75 cm. It is very common on the Portuguese coast and lives close to the surface. It is a species rich in niacin, an allied vitamin for the heart.


The squid is found in the Northeast Atlantic and Mediterranean Sea, where it lives between 20 and 250 m deep. It normally feeds on fish and crustaceans. It is a low-fat mollusc and is a good source of potassium. It has a high content of protein and omega-3. It also provides a significant amount of phosphorus and vitamins D and B12.


Swordfish is one of the largest fish that exist, measuring from 3 to 5 meters in length and weighing between 300 and 635 kg. It is a very efficient predator, as it swims extremely fast and is of considerable size. It is a low-fat, high-protein and omega-3 fish.


The trout is found all over central and northern Portugal, where the waters are cold enough. It is a species of both freshwater and saltwater. Contains a high content of protein, omega-3, vitamin B12 and monounsaturated fats.


Tuna lives in tropical and subtropical ocean regions. It has an elongated, fusiform body and a large elongated mouth. It has well-spaced dorsal fins and the forked tail fin has two keratin keels. The back is dark blue, while the belly and flanks are silver. It is a great source of omega 3 and vitamin B.


Whelks have a univalve shell, which can be coiled into a spiral, or more flattened. In addition to proteins, carbohydrates and vitamins, whelks are a source of calcium, iron and copper.


Garum is a condiment that was developed by the Romans. It is a fish sauce obtained from fermentation in brine, where microorganisms and enzymes present in the fish act. It is high in protein and enhances flavour intensity.