Canned sardines are a delicacy in Portugal. The country has a long fish-canning tradition, to the point that the sardine has become a national icon. We visited Conservas Pinhais, one of the oldest preserving factories in Portugal, that has kept its artisanal canning method since 1920. It makes 30,000 cans a day.
Fore more, visit: https://www.conservaspinhais.pt/en/
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Why This Portuguese Sardine Cannery Swears By Its 100-Year-Old Method | Regional Eats