September 17, 2010

Canned Fish

One of the fun things about visiting another country is finding out about their food. I stopped by the Wal-Mart canned food section to pick up some tuna in water, a staple in our pantry, as is canned salmon.
I stopped in amazement. My jaw definitely dropped at the selection! This variety is available everywhere, even at small country stores in areas where there are no Wal-Marts.

Clover Leaf Flaked Light Tuna
Clover Leaf Chunk Light Tuna in Water
Clover Leaf Flaked Light Tuna Low Sodium
Clover Leaf Flaked Light Tuna in Satay Peanut Sauce
Clover Leaf Flaked Light Tuna Garlic & Hot Pepper

Clover Leaf Flaked Light Tuna Spicy Thai Chili
Clover Leaf Flaked Light Tuna Tomato & Onion
Blog 1Clover Leaf Flaked Light Tuna Dill & Lemon
Clover Leaf Flaked Light Tuna Lemon & Pepper
Clover Leaf Chunk Light Tuna in Vegetable Broth & Oil
Clover Leaf Solid Light Tuna (can’t read flavor green label)
Clover Leaf Chunk Light Tuna Skipjack in Water

Clover Leaf Wild Pacific Keta Salmon
Clover Leaf Pink Salmon
Clover Leaf Skinless Boneless Pink Salmon - Wild
Clover Leaf Skinless Boneless Atlantic Salmon
Clover Leaf Sockeye Salmon
Clover Leaf Skinless Boneless Sockeye
Clover Leaf Foil Wrap Yellowfin Tuna Steak Mild Curry

Clover Leaf Foil Wrap Yellowfin Tuna Lemon & Pepper
Clover Leaf Foil Wrap Yellowfin Tuna Fresh Thai Herb
Clover Leaf Solid Light Tuna Yellowfin in Olive Oil
Clover Leaf Tuna Salad Kit Classic
Clover Leaf Tuna Salad Kit Rosemary & Sundried Tomato
Gold Seal Pacific Red Sockeye Salmon
Great Value Wild Pacific Pink Salmon

Great Value Pacific Red Sockeye Salmon
Great Value Wild Pacific Keta Salmon
Great Value Pacific Red Sockeye Salmon
Great Value Flaked Light Tuna Thai Chili
Great Value Flaked Light Tuna Lemon Pepper

Great Value Flaked Light Tuna Tomato & Basil
Great Value Solid White Albacore Tuna
Blog DSC00294Great Value Wild Pacific Sockeye
Ocean Light Tuna Italian Salad
Ocean Light TunaThai Salad
Ocean Light Tuna Spanish Salad
Brunswick Sardines Hot Peppers
Brunswick Sardines Lemon
Brunswick Sardines Tomato
Brunswick Sardines, Spring Water

Brunswick Sardines, Soy Sauce
Brunswick Sardines, Mustard
Brunswick Seafood Snacks, Hot Sauce
Brunswick Seafood Snacks, Cracked Pepper & Citron
THAT’S IT! At ONE store! Stores also carry plenty of smoked and seasoned mussels, kippers, shrimp, chowders and Chuck’s favorites – oysters and sardines. But I don’t like’em, and this post is too long already!
I skipped the foil packed fish, too.
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3 comments:

janet said...

Amazing! The price of red salmon hasn't gone up in ten years!

Anonymous said...

I like to hike and backpack in Norway and one of the cheapest hiker foods available is canned fish. With local havarti cheese and fresh bread or crackers its a cheap and good meal.I reccomend the Coop brand tomato fisk.

C and G Taylor said...

Thanks for the feedback Janet and Anon!
I was ever fascinated by the canned fish because it is always in my cupboard, there's so much you can do with it. But it is so boring in the US compared to Canada!