Albacore tuna in olive oil

This is albacore- or white tuna in its purest form. Not only because we caught it traditionally, with a fishing rod, but also because we only added a bit of olive oil. This way you can taste the pure, soft taste of the fish with every single bite. 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
    • Certified kosher by OU
    • Non-GMO certified
  • Product facts

    Weight: 5.0 OZ, 142 gr (Drained weight 4.0 OZ, 113 gr)

    Ingredients: Albacore tuna (FISH), olive oil, salt.

    Contains: Tuna (FISH)

    Packaging: BPA free (non intended)

    Nutrition facts:

    Amount per serving, 113 gr %daily value
    (1 serving per container)
    Calories 190 kcal
    Total fat 7 g 11%
    Saturated fat 1 g 5%
    Trans fat 0 g
    Cholesterol 50 mg 17%
    Sodium 350 mg 15%
    Total carb 1 g 0%
    Fiber 0 g 0%
    Total sugar 0 g
    incl. 0g added sugar 0 g 0%
    Protein 30 g 60%














    vit. D 1.1mcg (6% DV), Calcium 6.5mg (0% DV), Iron 0.6mg (4% DV), Potassium 305mg (6% DV)

5 OZ, 142 gr (drained weight: 4.0 OZ, 113 gr)


Welcome to the landscape of the Pacific Northwest coast! It is characterized by lush evergreen forests that cascade down to meet the rocky shores and sandy beaches. The waters of the Pacific Ocean are often dotted with fishing vessels, reflecting the town's strong connection to the sea. Here albacore tuna is abundant. However, weather, wind and water influence fishing, and local fishermen search the waters for schools of tuna. The season typically runs between July and October. The fish follow the warm currents that run the coastline anywhere from 20 to 100 miles offshore.

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Fish with a story

Tuna fisherwoman Valerie Philips is part of the American Albacore Fishing Association (AAFA), a non-profit organization of American fisher(wo)men who have been fighting for sustainable tuna fishing for many years. In 2007, AAFA was the first sustainable tuna fishing association in the world to be awarded with the MSC certification. This award is reflected in the traditional way Valerie and her crew fish, with a simple pole and line, one fish at a time.

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Fishing method

Valerie and her crew use pole and line for fishing. Before they start, they tie a rope around their waists and tie it to the boat, to avoid slipping overboard if the fish pulls too hard.

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When fishermen spot a school of tuna, they throw small live fish overboard to attract their attention. The advantage of this traditional method is that fishermen only catch tuna: there is no by-catch and no damage to nature.

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