Spicy Korean Gochujang red pepper sauce, with a touch of onion and garlic.
StarKist Expands Tuna Creations Pouch Line With New Asian Inspired Flavors
(UNITED STATES, 2/12/2019)
StarKist Co. has announced an addition of flavors to its line of Tuna Creations® single serve pouches: Tuna Creations® BOLD Spicy Korean Style with Gochujang; Tuna Creations® BOLD Red Curry with Coconut, and Tuna Creations® Ginger Sesame. This latest innovation allows tuna lovers to expand their horizons with adventurous new flavors, which are now available on the company's recently launched web store, buy.starkist.com. The new site allows consumers to easily mix and match their favorite flavors for customized multi-packs.
StarKist is constantly driving innovation when it comes to new flavor profiles. By introducing bold seasonings to our premium tuna, our consumers enjoy the health benefits of seafood with a kick of flavor," said Andy Mecs, Vice President of Marketing & Innovation, StarKist Co. "Our on-the-go pouches have become an everyday staple, and by adding exciting, internationally inspired new flavors, we're providing consumers with a quick and easy way to amplify their meals. At StarKist, we've built on the convenience momentum by launching our web store, where consumers can combine their favorites like the Chicken Creations™ BOLD Buffalo Style flavor, with ones they've never tried before, like the Tuna Creations® Ginger Sesame pouch, into one, personalized multi-pack."
According to Mecs, all StarKist pouches feature a convenient, tear-open and no-drain design, making it easy to enjoy premium, wild caught tuna straight from the pouch or in a simple meal, while giving you the protein you need to stay energized.
StarKist Tuna Creations® BOLD Spicy Korean Style with Gochujang, Tuna Creations® BOLD Red Curry with Coconut & Tuna Creations® Ginger Sesame.
The three new, lightly seasoned premium tuna flavors will be available in the shelf-stable seafood section in select retailers. In the meantime, you can find them on StarKist's new online store.
Tuna Creations® BOLD Spicy Korean Style with Gochujang Brings a Fiery Kick: This spicy Korean Gochujang red pepper sauce, with a touch of onion and garlic, adds a BOLD punch to StarKist's premium wild caught tuna. These single-serve pouches can be enjoyed with your favorite veggies, crackers or straight from the pouch. Each pouch is 80 calories and contains 13g of protein.
StarKist® Korean BBQ Tuna Taco Slider.
Tuna Creations® BOLD Red Curry with Coconut Bursts with Flavor: Made with crushed red chilies, garlic, lemon grass and coconut milk, this new BOLD flavor brings an exotic kick to everyday meals. Enjoyed with rice, crackers or by itself, BOLD Red Curry offers 90 calories and 13g of protein per pouch.
Tuna Creations® Ginger Sesame Introduces a Savory Taste: Wild caught, premium tuna is now readily available in a zesty ginger, soy sauce and sesame seed seasoning. Tuna Creations® Ginger Sesame gives you the perfect mix of ginger and spices with a hint of lemon, making it a great addition to wraps, on a salad or enjoyed straight from the pouch. This new flavor serves up 100 calories and contains 13g of protein per pouch.
The StarKist Flavor Fresh Pouch allows you to enjoy the freshness and taste you’ve come to expect in a convenient on-the-go pouch.
About StarKist Co.
An industry innovator, StarKist Co.was the first brand to introduce StarKist single-serve pouch products, which include Tuna Creations®, Salmon Creations® and Chicken Creations™. As America's favorite tuna, StarKist represents a tradition of quality, consumer trust and a commitment to sustainability. StarKist's charismatic brand icon, Charlie® the Tuna, swam into the hearts of tuna fans in 1961 and is still a fan favorite today. StarKist Co. is a direct wholly owned subsidiary of Dongwon Industries Co., Ltd.
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