Are sardines and herring the same thing?
Asked by rupertburg on Nov 29, 2010
Do sardines have the same omega-3, vitamin D and selenium benefits as herring?
Sardines and herring are members of the very large fish family, Clupeidae, and as such, they have similar nutrient profiles for omega-3 fatty acids, vitamin D, selenium, and other nutrients. Young herring are usually labeled and sold as sardines, but in fact, the FAO/WHO Codex Standard for Canned Sardines cites 21 species that may be classed as sardines.
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