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Good Fish Skipjack Tuna in Brine CAN

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Good Fish Skipjack Tuna in Brine CAN

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  • Certified By: Not Certified Organic

  • Country of Origin: Spain

120g

$7.95  $6.36 / 100g
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About the product

This incredible Skipjack tuna is among the world’s most delicious eating tuna, while being a responsible and sustainable choice. Tender and lovely to eat, it is fished off the coast of the Canary Islands in fully sustainable fishing zones (FAO Area 34) by hand using ancient line-and-pole techniques. Only one fish at at time is caught, ensuring each catch is entirely dolphin safe. Fish are caught only when in season so that they are at their peak, then snap chilled for processing in Spain using traditional hand-filleting techniques.

Ingredients

Tuna, Water and Salt.

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Questions & Answers

What is skipjack canned tuna?

Skipjack is the species most commonly found worldwide in canned tuna. It is available fresh and frozen.

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How are skipjack tuna different?

Skipjack tuna is soft and has a rich taste. People tend to like it for this intense taste. Most of the canned tuna varieties available in Australia are either skipjack and yellowfin.

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Is skipjack tuna low in mercury?

Yes, since they reach their maturity at 1-2 years old, they spend less time in the sea (the ocean contains mercury which is observed by fish over time) compared to most other tuna varieties. WHO considers mercury as one of the top 10 chemicals of public health concern. Mercury has harmful effects on human health. However, a lot of food we intake contains negligible amounts of mercury since it is a naturally occurring element. It is only when it has larger concentrations that it becomes an issue.

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Is skipjack fish really tuna?

Since, people are used to seeing large tunas they are sceptical about whether skipjacks are one of them. Skipjack is the smallest tuna fish and is one of the fishes plentifully available for consumption.

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