Albacore tuna in olive oil

The albacore or white tuna doesn’t grow very big, but it makes up for it in nutritional value: because it eats mostly sardines and anchovies, it’s packed with omega 3 fatty acids. Providing you care-and guilt-free enjoyment. This type with added olive oil is nice and soft - and because it’s canned, you can store it for quite some time.

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Origin

Our albacore tuna hails from San Diego, a sunny metropole in the American state of California. If you ship out to the Pacific Ocean from the harbor, you’ll be far away from life as you know it in no-time. Not only can you find albacore tuna here, but also bluefin-, yellowfin- and bigeye tuna.

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Fish with a story

The coast of sunny southwest USA is packed with albacore tuna fish. However this is not a given; weather, wind and water determine the catch. The local fishermen search the waters daily for a school of tuna.

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Fishing method

Jack and his men fish with a rod. Before they get started, they tie a rope around their waist and attach it to the boat, so they won’t go overboard when the fish pull too hard.

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When the fishermen spot a school of tuna, they throw live little fish overboard. This helps to draw the tuna’s attention - and eventually draws in the tuna. The great way about this traditional method is that the fishermen only catch tuna fish. So there’s no bycatch nor damage to nature.

Straight from the ocean

At Sea Tales we want you to know what the origin is of your fish and what has happened between the catch and your frying pan. We believe that a fully transparent chain makes it easier to choose for fair products - and to enjoy your fish totally guilt-free.

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