Herring fillets (65%), water, tomato paste (9%), sunflower oil, vinegar, corn starch, sugar, salt, cinnamon, natural colour (paprika oleoresins).
All Natural Ingredients
High in Omega-3
3.5 Health Star Rating
Whole herrings can be poached, fried or grilled, or pickled, soused, marinated, salted and smoked. Rollmops are pickled, filleted herrings that are rolled around pickled cucumber. Herring with mustard, dill and potatoes is a Scandinavian favourite.There’s not a big difference between sardines and herring. When they’re young and small, these fish are called sardines. When they get older and bigger, they’re called herring.
While fresh herring has the most nutritional benefits, canned herring is also full of antioxidants, Omega 3 fatty acids and other valuable nutrients.Herring are delicious, with flaky, mild meat and oil that sizzles on their skin when grilled over a flame. The fish may also be pickled, smoked and fried.
Obviously, it all starts with a commitment to source our seafood from some of the best suppliers and the most pristine fisheries – both in Australia and the rest of the world. Even so, John West Inspectors still go over everything with a critical eye prior to it appearing on the supermarket shelf. To give you some idea of their thoroughness, John West Inspectors can reject up to 30% of all Salmon before it arrives on shelf.
We apply this commitment every step of the way, from inspecting the integrity of our cans right through to transportation checks that ensure John West products arrive in your shopping basket in the same condition they left our canneries.
Average Quantity Per Serving Per 100g
Energy 751kJ 751kJ
Protein 14.4g 14.4g
Fat, total 13.0g 13.0g
– saturated 2.8g 2.8g
Carbohydrate 1.2g 1.2g
– sugars 1.0g 1.0g
Dietary fibre 0.6g 0.6g
Sodium 370mg 370mg