Herring Rollmops

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Packed in Styrofoam with ice blocks.
Typically ships Monday and Tuesday. Does not ship over weekend.

Herring Rollmops from Bay View Packing use the finest imported herring in the world. High quality, un-cut herring filets are hand-rolled with choice, cured dill pickles, complemented with sliced onions, and packed in a delectable wine sauce. It is best to consume the herring within one month of opening the jar. Keep refrigerated at all times. Each order comes with two 24 oz jars that contain 12-15 rollmops each. These herring rollmops are sure to become a family favorite. Shipped in styrofoam with ice blocks.

BEST PRACTICES FOR HANDLING HERRING PRODUCTS TO ENSURE SHELF LIFE AND MAINTAIN QUALITY OF PRODUCT 1) Proper temperature control is critical to maintaining quality of herring. Keep between 33-40 F. 2) Herring is a ready-to-eat product. It has been cold cured. Do not cook or heat. 3) Product cannot be heated, thawed, or microwaved. 4) Do not freeze. 5) Do not let product sit out. Sitting at room temperature will soften fish and affect quality. 6) Be sure to rotate product. Time, temperature, and light destroy the quality of herring (soft fish.) 7) Do not mix or over-stir herring products. 8) Keep proper brine level. Fish should be covered completely by brine. Excess brine should be poured off; you want fish packed tight with brine a couple inches over the top.

Bay View Packing is a family-owned business specializing in pickled meats and delicacies. They are based in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Their old-world pickling techniques and traditions have been passed down for over five generations. To learn more about Bay View Packing and to see their entire product assortment, please click here.

NEW PACKAGING PET Plastic jars - Two jars, 24 oz each
Approximately 12 to 15 rollmops per jar
Shipped in styrofoam with ice blocks
Must be refrigerated
Consume within one month after opening
Unopened, sealed jars of herring have a shelf life of nine months in the refrigerator

Ingredients: herring, dill pickles, water, vinegar, onions, sugar, salt, spices, wine

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  • 5
    better than the German ones

    Posted by iK on Nov 3rd 2016

    I've been buying these for years and every time I go back to Germany, I buy some there. I have to say, I think these are much higher quality. Only thing is maybe they are slightly too sweet. Either way, I will keep buying these. :)

  • 5
    Great experience

    Posted by Amy on Oct 28th 2016

    I was turned on to herring rollmops by a family friend from Canada. I received an email stating that the rollmops were available and immediately ordered them. Ordering was easy and the product arrived very timely and packed perfectly in ice. The rollmops taste excellent! Thank you, www.wisconsinmade.com for offering this delicious product.

  • 5
    Can't wait to try

    Posted by Missj on Mar 5th 2016

    I have never heard of these, but was watching something about Wisconsin foods. They had Herring Rollmops on the list and none of the commentators had heard of them either. So I did a Google search and found your site. I love herring, so I'm going to give it a shot. It looks delicious!

  • 5

    Posted by Moby on Jan 22nd 2016

    Haven't had rollmops for about 40 years ~ how exciting to find that you carry them. As good as I remember!

  • 5
    Beyond Expectations

    Posted by Florence on Jan 21st 2016

    We loved both products that we received, they were beyond our expectations.

  • 5
    herring rollmops

    Posted by larry on Dec 21st 2015

    great tasting the best

  • 5

    Posted by Lawrence on Dec 20th 2015

    Excellent Product!

  • 5

    Posted by Bob on Mar 12th 2015

    When i was much younger, rollmops were readily available at any delicatessen. These are right up there with every goodness I remember.

  • 5

    Posted by Fred on Feb 8th 2015

    Sausages are as good as ever and the rollmops are equally as good. Haven't had any rollmops for years. When I was a kid my dad used to buy them back in the 50's and they came in a wooden bucket with a wooden lid. They were a little larger than your rollmops but yours are great.