Sprats are small fish, with heads and innards removed. They are small enough that you won’t be able to detect any bones.
Sardines are a little bit larger, also have the heads and innards removed, but are large enough that if you pull the fish apart you may see larger bones, but those (high in calcium) bones are softened to the point that they’re completely edible, and if they retain any texture at all it will be about the same as a few grains of salt.
Boneless and skinless mackerel fillets are just as described. Mackerel is a little stronger in flavor than sardines.
Boneless and skinless sardine fillets are just as described. Sardines are a little milder in flavor than mackerel.
If you prefer that we choose for you, we are happy to do so.
We would like to gratefully acknowledge the support of Angelo Parodi and King Oscar who have supplied a portion (but by no means all) of the tins for this promotion.