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Founded in 1950, the Good Boy brand was created by António Jacinto Ferreira for the portfolio of his company, Ferreira Júnior & Irmãos Lda. (the company that he founded for him and his children).

Four years later, he bought Conserveira do Sul, and took with him this and other brands.

65 years after its creation, the Good Boy brand is back.

The "face" of the brand remains the same, the young boy Jorge Ferreira (youngest son of António Jacinto Ferreira).

There is a deep rooted theme to the whole concept of this new release, we tried to recover the memories stored within each of us of our childhood days, when we all were “Good Boy’s”

How many of us had as "best friend" a Yo-Yo or a Spinning Top, or were "champ’s" playing with Marbles or at launching Kites?

Thus, in every single Good Boy reference, we recall a traditional toy or game.

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Tuna Fillets in Olive Oil with Lemon

Ingredients: Tuna fish (Thunnus obesus) (73%), 

Olive Oil (22%), Lemon (5%), Salt. 

Net Weight: 120 gr

Validity: 4 years


Yo-yo - It is one of the oldest toys known to man. 

The "modern" yo-yo (as we know it) has emerged in
the Philippines, in fact, the word yo-yo comes from 

the Filipino and means "come back here". 

 

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Anchovy in Pickling Sauce

Ingredients: Anchovy (Engraulis encrasicolus) (75%), Vinegar (sulfites), Water, Vegetable Oil (Sunflower), Tomato Concentrate, Onion, Sugar, Salt, Natural Flavour.

Net Weight: 120 gr

Validity: 4 years 

 

Kite - Originating in ancient China, the kites were 

originally made from silk and bamboo. 

About 1200 B.C., were used as military signaling mechanisms.


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Mackerel Fillets in Olive Oil and Lemon-Thyme

Ingredients: Mackerel (Scomber japonicus ou Scomber colias) (75%), Olive Oil (23,8%), Lemon-thyme (0,2%), Salt.

Net Weight: 120 gr

Validity: 4 years


Spinning Top - Its origin is uncertain, but it is known that the Spinning Top existed at least since the year 4000 BC, it was popular in ancient Egypt and also in ancient Greece and Rome. Since then, 

the human being has created a special affection for this game. 

 

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Sardine fillets in tomato sauce

Ingredients: Sardines (Sardina pilchardus) (70%), Water, Tomato Concentrate (10%), Vegetable Oil (Sunflower), Sugar, Salt.

Net Weight: 120 gr

Validity: 4 years 


Marbles - Usually made of clay, stone or glass, Marbles accompany us for millennia. They were played in ancient Mesopotamia and ancient Egypt and even the Romans had them a special affection.


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Ventresca Tuna Fillets
in Olive Oil to Portuguese Style

Ingredients: Tuna fish (Thunnus obesus) (70%), Olive Oil (20%), Onion, Garlic, Parsley, Piri-piri, Salt. 

Net Weight: 120 gr

Validity: 4 years 


Wooden Train - Wood was one of the first materials used by man in the manufacture of toys. Over the time, toys were representations of situations, elements or tools of its time.

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Horse Mackerel Fillets in Olive Oil

Ingredients: Horse Mackerel (Trachurus spp) (72,2%), 

Olive Oil (25%), Garlic, Parsley, Salt.

Net Weight: 120 gr

Validity: 4 years 


Rocking Horse - The Rocking Horse appears as a toy from the seventeenth century, one of his predecessors was the swinging saddles 

of the Middle Ages, used on teaching cavalry practices.

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Mackerel Fillets in Olive Oil
with Curry and Chilli Pepper

Ingredients: Mackerel (Scomber japonicus ou Scomber colias) (74,42%), 

Olive Oil (24,25%), Curry (0,75%), Piri-piri (0,58%), Salt.

Net Weight: 120 gr

Validity: 4 years 

 

Magic Cube - Invented by the Hungarian Ernö Rubik in 1972, 

the Magic Cube is one of the most iconic symbols of the 80’s, 

being today one of the most popular toys in the world. 

Its creator took a month to solve it for the first time.

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Conserveira do Sul

Zona Industrial de Olhão, Lt 122/141, 8700-281 Olhão, Portugal

Tel: (+351) 289702016     |   Email: conserveira@consul.pt

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