White Tuna Filets in Olive Oil

$28.90
2 jars of 7.7 oz

Whole White Tuna Filets, evenly sized and compact, with a pinkish-white color. Tender and supremely easy to digest, they melt in the mouth.

Our Filets – nothing but premium-quality White Tuna caught in the crystal-clear waters of the Cantabrian Sea between June and October – are processed and hand-packed using traditional methods at the fishing site, to keep them supremely soft and tasty.
Item number 700
4.2 out of 5 Customer Rating
Species Fished
White Tuna, Thunnus alalunga
Particular features
Whole, perfect, with a fully rounded flavor
Pairings

Irreplaceable for preparing highly nutritious gourmet recipes

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PROCESSED BY HAND AT THE FISHING SITE RICH IN OMEGA 3 SOURCE OF PHOSPHORUS SOURCE OF VITAMIN B12 DOLPHIN SAFE NATURALLY GLUTEN FREE

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White Tuna Filets in Olive Oil

Our Filets – nothing but premium-quality White Tuna caught in the crystal-clear waters of the Cantabrian Sea between June and October – are processed and hand-packed using traditional methods at the fishing site, to keep them supremely soft and tasty.

Tuna fish, olive oil, salt.
Contains tuna.
Naturally gluten-free

Store in a cool and dry place, away from light. After opening keep refrigerated and use within a few days.

PRODUCT OF SPAIN
7.7 OZ (220g)
Produced for FRATELLI CARLI S.p.A. - Via Garessio 11 - 18100 Imperia - Italy By CONSORCIO ESPANOL CONSERVERO S.A. Calle Eguilior 1 - 39740 Santoña - Spain

2 servings per container Serv. size: 4 fillets (75g) Amount per serving: Calories 200, Total Fat 13g (17% DV), Sat. Fat 3g (15% DV), Trans Fat 0g, Cholesterol 35mg (11% DV), Sodium 150mg (7% DV) Total Carb. 1g (0% DV), Dietary Fiber 0g (0% DV), Total Sugars 0g, incl.0g Added Sugars 0%, Protein 19g, Vitamin D 0.7 mcg (4% DV), Calcium 30mg (2% DV), Iron 0.3mg (2% DV), Potassium 190mg (4% DV)

Cantabrian Sea – FAO zone 27 Caught using traditional methods that do not damage the marine ecosystem.

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Varieties and flavor


Varieties are also distinguished by color. Thunnus alalunga, with its white flesh and pinkish nuances, is known as white tuna, while the albacares variety, the most common in the major food industry, is known as yellowfin.

The secret? Processing at the fishing site


When the fish reaches the canning factory from the port, we start the initial cleaning by hand, and cutting to separate off the belly. The flesh is then cooked gently to preserve its nutritional properties, and then cut into steaks and filets. The filets are then arranged individually by hand in the jars, taking care to keep them intact. The olive oil is not added until the end, to preserve the tun a without covering the taste.

White Tuna Filets in Olive Oil


The key ingredient in a host of dishes, our White Tuna’s versatility, consistency and flavor earns it top billing in a whole variety of recipes.

Get inspired


To enjoy our Filets to the full, we suggest accompanying them with simple, delicate fare, such as:

  • seafood club sandwich di mare
  • fresh salad
  • steamed vegetables

White Tuna Filets in Olive Oil


The key ingredient in a host of dishes, our White Tuna’s versatility, consistency and flavor earns it top billing in a whole variety of recipes.

Get inspired


To enjoy our Filets to the full, we suggest accompanying them with simple, delicate fare, such as:

  • seafood club sandwich di mare
  • fresh salad
  • steamed vegetables