Eat Well

with Canned Fish

Do you eat two full portions of fish a week? And do you make sure one of them is oily fish?

According to official guidelines, that’s what you need to do to have a healthy balanced diet1, and with Princes Fish it’s really simple to do.

There are lots of different nutrients in Princes canned fish, not to mention that it’s affordable, versatile and delicious.

Oily fish such as Princes Mackerel or Salmon is high in omega 3 fatty acids1 – eating the recommended 250mg a day of omega 3’s helps the heart to function normally2, but most of us only manage to eat just over a third of a portion a week3 that’s two thirds short!

As well as omega 3, Princes Fish is a great source of protein4, and swapping red meat for Princes Tuna in Brine or Springwater will help reduce your saturated fat intake, which in turn helps you keep your blood cholesterol at a normal level5.

Princes Fish comes ready to eat, meaning rather than spend time preparing your meal, all you need to do is enjoy it. What’s more, keep a supply of Princes Tuna, Salmon and Mackerel in the cupboard and thanks to the canning process, you can enjoy the nutritional benefits of tasty canned fish whenever you like.

Why not visit our recipes section for simple and easy meal ideas. There’s Princes Tuna jacket potato toppings, Red Salmon fishcakes, or Mackerel and rice dishes. What are you waiting for?

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Top 5Reasons to enjoyCanned fish

  • Ready when you are & no waste

    Ready when you are & no waste

  • A great source of omega

    A great source of omega 31

  • high in protein

    high in protein2

  • low in saturated fat 3

    low in saturated fat3

  • quick & easy- enjoy for lunch or dinner!

    quick & easy- enjoy for lunch or dinner!

1Princes Salmon and Princes Mackerel are high in omega 3 2Princes Tuna, Salmon and Mackerel are a source of protein 3Princes Tuna in Brine or Springwater is low in saturated fat. Reducing consumption of saturated fat contributes to the maintenance of normal blood cholesterol levels. For a full list of the references used on this page, click here

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