Alstertor Canned Herring
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The House of Alstertor, Hamburg is one of the oldest labels in Germany, and has been producing canned herring for over 100 years. The herring recipe itself dates back nearly a century. The canned fillets are made only from fresh (not frozen) herrings.
Alstertor Herring in Mushroom Sauce, 7.05-Ounce Tin (Pack of 5), $13.85, Amazon.com.
One of the remarkable features of many Alstertor Herring products is the low sodium content. Each can is 200 g and provides 2 servings. Each serving contains 90 to 180 g of sodium.
Alstertor Herring. Foodlocker.com.
Nutrition info. Meijer, Inc.