Season Anchovies

Bold Flavor that Fits Your Diet to a “B”

Popular in the southern Mediterranean basin, these tiny, terrific fish are known for their meatiness and for their salty and savory anchovy taste. They’re also swimming in multiple B vitamins, which help give you energy. Why not “B” smart and add their bold flavor and big nutrition to your diet today?

The Secret to Anchovy Fillets’ Versatility

Food experts call it “umami,” the fifth, savory taste that perfectly complements salty, sweet, sour, and bitter. Anchovy fillets are packed to the gills with that wonderful umami flavor, making their possibilities endless. Think beyond pizza topping. Add our anchovies in olive oil to sauces or pair them with pasta. You can even spread them on toast with garlic butter for a quick and hearty snack. Find more umami, or anchovy fillet, meal inspiration below with recipes that include anchovy pasta sauces, salad dressings and more!

  • Rich in B vitamins, including niacin, riboflavin, and B-12
  • Low in mercury and other contaminants
  • A good source of protein, iron, calcium and vitamin D
  • High in brain and heart-healthy Omega-3s

The Net Effect on Sustainability

You might say we cast a wide net here at Season, but it’s not to fish more. It’s actually to fish less. Our anchovy fillets are caught using nets with large enough spacing so smaller anchovies can swim through. This allows them to grow to maturation and reproduce. The wider netting also helps minimize bycatch, the accidental catching of other species. Overall, it’s a more sustainable way to fish, one that upholds our century-old belief: What we catch today should never come at the expense of what we might tomorrow.