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Waitrose poached Scottish salmon fillets 170g

£5.49 (£3.23 per 100g)

  • Suitable for microwave Microwaveable
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Product Summary

These Scottish salmon fillets are poached in wines with their skins on to maintain the fish's natural succulence.


Common Name: Atlantic salmon
Latin Name: Salmo salar
Wild Caught or Farm Reared : Farm reared
Country of Origin: Scotland
Method of catch/Farming method: Marine open nets pens

Nutrition

Typical values per 100g edible portion per fillet (typically xxxg)
Energy 675  kj 756  kj
Energy 161  kcal 181  kcal
Protein 21.3  g 23.86  g
Carbohydrate 0.3  g 0.34  g
Sugars 0.1  g 0.11  g
Fat 8.3  g 9.30  g
Saturates 1.8  g 2.02  g
Mono unsaturates 2.5  g 2.80  g
Polyunsaturates 2.5  g 2.80  g
Omega 3 1.38  g 1.55  g
Fibre 0.08  g 0.090  g
Sodium 0.482  g 0.540  g

Ingredients

Salmon (94%), white wine (3%), salt, concentrated lemon juice

Preparation & Storage

Preparation

  • HEATING May be served hot or cold.

Storage

Keep refrigerated below 5ºC For use by date see front of pack. Any remaining salmon should be well wrapped and returned to refrigerator. Use within 2 days of opening. Do not exceed use by date.

Recycling

Component Material Recyclable
absorbent pad Mixed Material No
film Mixed Material No

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