Have you ever experienced premium-quality tuna? Tuna so luscious that the addition of mayonnaise would just ruin it? Well, if you haven’t, you should. There’s really nothing else like it.
A far, far cry from the tuna of our childhoods, Wild Planet Foods, leader in sustainable seafood, is launching Wild Albacore Fillets in Spanish Olive Oil. Packed in re-sealable glass jars, filled with restaurant-quality sophistication and the convenience of a specialty packaged product, the new tuna creates an all-consuming gourmet experience for the taste buds.
Wild Planet offers a full line of top quality seafood with fresh-from-the-sea flavour.
With a deliciously delicate tuna flavour and extremely moist, thickly-cut fish fillets that come apart at the touch of a fork, nothing else is needed - no salt, no dressing, just a healthy appetite.
The 100% sustainably pole and troll caught Wild Planet Albacore Tuna Fillets are low in mercury and an excellent source of Omega 3 due to the smaller, individually-caught tuna sourced by the company.
Pole and line fishin.
“This is not your average tuna,” shared Wild Planet Foods’ Founder and President Bill Carvalho. “At Wild Planet, we’re seafood lovers ourselves and so have always had very high standards for tuna. I can proudly say that these new tuna fillets are among the best of the best."
"This product offers a gourmet experience that’s appealing to all palates,” adds Carvalho.
Wild Planet Albacore Tuna Fillets in Spanish Olive Oil joins Wild Planet’s sister product, Wild Albacore Fillets packed in their own natural juices.
About Wild Planet Foods
With strict quality control from hook to shelf, Wild Planet Foods’ mission is to produce safe, nutritious, great-tasting, and sustainably fished seafood.
Wild Planet is committed to providing the finest tasting sustainably caught seafood while supporting the conservation of wild marine ecosystems.
100% US owned and based in McKinleyville, CA, the company operates its own docks where selection and delivery of fish are taken directly from the fishermen, many of whom are also shareholders with the company.
All products canned by Wild Planet -- Albacore, Skipjack, Shrimp, Sardines and the new White Anchovies are considered Best Choices for sustainability by the consensus of environmental groups.
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