Conservas Angelachu is born in Santoña (Cantabria) Spain in the late 90's, with the experience of four generations of professionals, fishmongers and conserveros. Angelachu is a pioneer and leader in its sector for the artisan production of fish
Nestled midway between Santander and Bilbao in the province of Cantabria, the town of Santoña is a fishing port that has a long history of canned seafood. What makes Cantabrian anchovies prized around the world is the species Engraulis Encrasicolus, common in the bay of Biscay. The production process is entirely hands-on and begins with the salting, eviscerating and packing of the fish into barrels. The process from start to finish is performed by true artisans, operating with the right know-how, deft hands and the utmost care paid to a quality product.