Ortiz Anchovies

Established in 1891 by Bernardo Ortiz de Zarate of Vizcaya, Spain, the world-renowned Ortiz seafood company is today operated by the family's fifth generation of food artisans. The Ortia family upholds the traditional methods upon which the company was founded: local fishermen use pole lines to catch one-by-one the prized Bonito del Norte (Atlantic white tuna) and nets for classic Basque anchovies. Ortiz seafood is known as "Delicacies of the Cantabrian Sea" and is procured around the globe by the most discriminating chefs, patrons and specialty food shops.

  • Anchovies
  • Anchovies in Olive Oil (3.35 Ounces) Glass jar
  • Anchovies in Olive Oil (2.75 Ounces) Tin
  • Anchovies in Olive Oil (1.70 Ounces) Tin
  • Anchovies in Extra Olive Oil, "Artesanal," Matured 6-8 Months (2.65 Ounces)
  • Anchovies in Olive Oil Duo Classic (1.80 Ounces)
  • Boquerones (White Anchovies)
  • Boquerones, Marinated White Anchovies (3.85 Ounces) Tin
  • Food service sizes available

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  • Anchovies Caught along the coastline during the month of April, Ortiz anchovies are the most sought after in the world. During the six-month maturing process (in barrels) the anchovies develop a remarkable depth of exquisite flavor. All trimming and filleting of the fish is done by hand.

    Boquerones (White Anchovies) Fresh from the sea, these famous hand-selected anchovies are first marinated in Spanish white wine vinegar, then packed traditional-style in a bath of garlic, parsley and extra virgin olive oil. Neither overly fishy nor salty, boquerones are ideal for snacks and tapas; serve with crusty bread and olives.