ISO "Nuri Brand" Sardines
- BeanerSchitzl Jan 16, 2012 08:28 AM
Anyone seen these around the GTA?
Dying to try them as they are supposed to be the best.
I'm guessing at Portugese or Italian grocers- though they are really popular in Austria and maybe in a German deli somewhere.
Actual sightings would be appreciated Thnx
I eat sardines at least twice a week and every time I go into a new grocery store I check to see what brands they carry. I have yet to see these anywhere. But, here's a description and picture of what they look like. It's a distinctive yellow can for those looking, if the packaging has not changed. Indeed, the description mentions most of them are sold in Austria and Italy.
Yes, they are unique, as all the sardines that Pinhais & Ca. produce!!!
I'm from Portugal, if you are realy interest I can contact the company (I've been there myself and is one of a kind) and find out if there's any grocery in Canada that sell it or if they can sell it directly to you!!
They work "old fashion", wich means that they don't use frozen fish and the olive oil they use is superior too!!! As I say, I've been in the company and see as they work, manually, treating the sardines with great care so that they can preserve all the natural flavour and quality!!!
I don't try the Nuri sardines because I don't like spicy food, but I tried the others that they produce and are one of a kind!!!
Greatings from Portugal!!!
They don't have records of any store in Canada/Toronto that sell Nuri, and they don't have on-line store (for now). But, if you want, contact them by e-mail to email@example.com
This adress is of António Pinhais who is in charge of the company following his father and grandfather steps!!
Hope this information can help you!!