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Tuna pieces in organic sunflower oil / Santa Catarina / Posta de atum óleo de girasol organic, 120g

SKU: 2043
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Somewhere in the middle of nowhere, (N 38 36' 6" W 28 1' 9") on the way from Portugal to America, in the middle of the North Atlantic is the biosphere reserve. There you can find it, the Azores island of São Jorge. The tuna from Santa Catarina is still traditionally caught with a fishing rod using the “Salto e Vara” method. This is a very ecological fishing method to protect against overfishing and for sustainability as it prevents bycatch.

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🚚 Delivery

Delivery from March 13th, 2024 +/- 1-2 working days for Germany.

Delivery on the delivery date shown for neighboring EU countries in the delivery; usually + 1- 6 working days.

🍴 Average nutritional values ​​per 100g

Nutritional value per 100g:
Calories: 1085kj / 260 kcal
Protein/proteins: 25.5g
Carbohydrates: 0.5g of which sugar 0.5g Fats: 17.6g, of which saturated fatty acid: 2g
Salt: 1.20g Omega 3 fatty acids: 2489mg

🍲 Ingredients:

Tuna, organic sunflower oil, salt.

🤧 Allergens

Contains fish

📦 Packaging:

One unit contains 1 can a net weight: 120 g
Net weight drained: 78g
Metal food can

💡 Tip

The trade in tuna is also controversial here. We have nevertheless decided to support the efforts of Azores fishermen to traditionally catch and process tuna by hand. Since 2014, the fishing of Atlantic tuna in Portugal has been strictly regulated and fishing with trawl nets is prohibited. Compliance with quotas and fishing methods is strictly monitored and additionally documented by the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC certificate).

ℹ️ General information

- No added colors or preservatives
- made by hand
- Gluten free
- Source of protein
- Contains calcium, magnesium, iron, phosphorus and zinc
- Contains vitamin A, B complex vitamins and vitamin D
- Caught wild fish with a fishing rod
- Practical and tasty