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Agostino Recca Filet of Anchovies are Sicilian anchovies from Italy. These anchovies are excellent for pizza, sandwiches, pasta, salads, and many other Italian recipes. These Italian anchovies are packed in olive oil to preserve the fresh flavor and texture. Agostino Recca Anchovies are best served with lunch, snacks, and dinner dishes.

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