Crab sticks - high protein low fat food - £1 for 20 - 270 grams @ Iceland
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Crab sticks - high protein low fat food - £1 for 20 - 270 grams @ Iceland

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Found 30th Jul
Crab sticks - high protein low fat food - £1 for 20 - 270 grams @ Iceland

Nutrition
Typical values Defrosted Per 100g Defrosted Per 13g Serving Reference Intake
Energy 483kJ 63kJ 8400kJ
115kcal 15kcal 2000kcal
Fat 0.9g 0.11g 70g
Of which saturates 0.2g <0.1g 20g
Carbohydrate 17.4g 2.3g 260g
Of which sugars 4.3g 0.6g 90g
Fibre 0.7g 0.1g 24g
Protein 8.8g 1.1g 50g
Salt 1.30g 0.2g 6g

19 Comments

Thanks, I'll get some for the nippers.

Yum! What are the quality of these like?

mrman00712 m ago

Yum! What are the quality of these like?


They're all much the same, made from Surimi (minced fish paste), and very little to do with crab - hence their not being allowed to be called crab sticks any more. Tesco's are down to 80p at the moment, and Aldi's are about the same price.

low protein, high carb.

35% Whitefish 0.05% Crab,plus 64.5% assorted rubbish !

chuckiedoll

Jackmaster. People will have their own opinions here. Just brush any that … Jackmaster. People will have their own opinions here. Just brush any that you find offensive in any way off!I love crab sticks so voted hot BTW


Wrong title in post they are called SEASTICKS not allowed to be called Crabsticks because they contain so little crab .5%

I don't understand how commenter could be called slow for asking for quality (not Nutritionals), when OP posted the wrong product name X) It's in the website title.
Edited by: "BrumGB" 30th Jul

Will always be crab sticks to me!
(Plus, I actually don't like real crab so works for me!)

Good for making fish pie lol

https://partridge.cloud/grabs/S01E01/gif/t5qPss24T6QH.gif

You don't want to be scoffing too many in one sitting as they contain Sorbitol. Unless you want to be squtting a bit later.

Voted hot but...........

https://media.giphy.com/media/EiCQzmzE5HLaw/giphy.gif

mrman007

Yum! What are the quality of these like?

mrman007

Yum! What are the quality of these like?


Tasted these reformed fish paste sticks from Iceland, Aldi and Costco, virtually the same price , ball park ~ £1 per 16/20 sticks, pretty much the same ingredients. However the Costco one is noticeably superior in taste and texture.
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Protein 8.8g per 100g is NOT high protein though, beans, nuts, milk have this similar level of protein per 100g. Normal fish is 22g protein per 100g.

Contains Flavour Enhancer Disodium 5 Ribonucleotide
E635 - Disodium 5'-ribonucleotides: It is primarily used in flavored noodles, snack foods, chips, crackers, sauces and fast foods. It is recommended that no food containing disodium ribonucleotides should be consumed by gout and asthma sufferers[3] or people with an allergic reaction to aspirin.

How is this a deal?

Love processed foods....even better... if you don't really know the process and what your really getting in with....
with so few food inspections it's a real treat for the glowing family

£1 for a pack... and ~30g of protein per pack? not hot to say the least.

Mechanically recovered fish (?) from China. What's not to like?

Serving suggestion - have beans on toast instead
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