Tinned grilled mackerel fillets offers a unique, lightly smoky flavor. Shop with Season for wild-caught mackerel that’s sustainably harvested off the Moroccan coast in the Atlantic Ocean. This flavorsome fish is delicious and nutritious with a drizzle of olive oil. Our grilled mackerel is a healthy alternative to other types of canned fish. Tuna […]

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If you’re searching for high-quality brisling sardines, look to Season — your source for wild-caught, sustainable, non-GMO and gluten-free tinned fish. Our sardines are caught along the Mediterranean coast using methods that cause minimal disturbance to the ocean bed. Sardines are superb alternatives to predatory fish like tuna and salmon. Predatory fish can be high […]

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Sardines in water are top-notch sources of protein and heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids. When buying from Season, you can trust the sardines are wild-caught, sustainably sourced, gluten-free and non-GMO. Canned predatory fish like tuna and salmon are often caught using unsustainable methods. At Season, we exclusively sell smaller, nonpredatory fish — better for our planet […]

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Sardines in olive oil are packed full of protein and omega-3 fatty acids. At Season, our wild-caught sardines in olive oil are sustainably sourced, non-GMO and gluten-free. You can trust us for delicious and nutritious tinned fish. Tuna and salmon are predatory fish that are often sourced unsustainably. At Season, we only sell smaller, nonpredatory […]

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Season’s skinless and boneless sardines are packed with nutrients and are sustainably sourced. These sardines are certified wild-caught in the Atlantic Ocean, not far from the shores of Morocco. Our top-quality sardines are naturally gluten-free and non-GMO. Large predatory fish like tuna and salmon are often not sustainably sourced, so the canned varieties aren’t either. […]

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The food you consume plays a significant role in gut health and the type of bacteria the gut contains. It is essential to know how different foods affect your gut to ensure that you have good gut health. Why Is Gut Health Important? When you have good gut health, there is a good balance between […]

Did you know that sardines are packed with protein and essential vitamins and minerals? They offer more nutrition per ounce than larger protein sources without saturated fats. And to top it all off, they’re full of heart-healthy omega-3s. Are Sardines High in Omega-3? Sardines have high omega-3 fatty acid content, offering all the health benefits […]

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Good food is essential to all fun, including camping, but cooking outdoors can be challenging. That’s where easy no-cook camping meals come in. We have compiled a list of no-cook camping food recipes you can try — letting you spend less time preparing food and more time on your camping adventure. Why It’s Important to Have Quick […]

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Sardines are a popular food choice enjoyed for their convenience, taste and nutritional value. These delicious little fish are versatile, making it easy to incorporate them into various meals — from light snacks to hearty dinners. 21 Different Ways to Eat Sardines Sardines can be enjoyed in countless ways. Whether they are a main ingredient […]

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alternatives to canned tuna

Tuna is a diverse ingredient and a staple in many homes, but it has a few health and ethical drawbacks. The good news is that there are plenty of healthy, versatile and tasty substitutes on the market. Invest in your health and look after the environment with some of our favorite alternatives to canned tuna. […]

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