Albacore tuna in extra virgin olive oil with chili

Sea Tales albacore tuna in olive oil with chili is caught traditionally with a fishing rod, one by one. It’s a delicious and convenient way to add more seafood to your diet. Our versatile and premium Albacore makes for a delicious and nutritious tuna salad, sandwich, soup, pasta, and a whole lot more! Add the high count of omega 3 fatty acids and its carefree enjoyment all the way.
  • Certificates
    • Guaranteed sustainable caught, 3rd party certified by the MSC
    • Tuna caught one by one, 100% pole & line
    • Non-GMO certified
  • Product facts

    Weight: 7 OZ, 200 gr (Drained weight: 4.6 OZ, 130 gr)

    Ingredients: Albacore tuna, extra virgin olive oil, chili, salt.

    Contains: Tuna (FISH)

    Packaging: BPA free (non intended)

    Nutrition facts:

    Amount per serving, 65 gr %daily value
    (2 servings per container)
    Calories 140 kcal
    Total fat 7 g 9%
    Saturated fat 1.1 g 6%
    Trans fat 0 g
    Cholesterol 20 mg 7%
    Sodium 200 mg 9%
    Total carb 0 g 0%
    Fiber 0 g 0%
    Total sugar 0 g
    incl. 0g added sugar 0%
    Protein 18 g

    vit. D 3 mcg (15% DV), Calcium (0% DV), Iron 0.44 mg (2% DV), Potassium 188 mg (4% DV)

7 OZ, 200 gr (Drained weight: 4.6 OZ, 130 gr)


In Spanish Basque Country tuna is a culinary favorite. Is it the special and traditional ways of the fishermen of Hondarribia that have any part in this?

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Fish with a story

Family is important to tuna fisherman Oskar. That’s why he’s very happy when he gets good value for his fish and a stable income, so he can provide for his family. If his son will follow in his footsteps? “He’s only six years old, but who knows. I want to, at least, make this possible for him and that’s why I fish fair.''

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Fishing method

Oskar and his crew fish with pole & line. 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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