“Albacore Tuna (Thunnus alalunga), also known as albacore tuna, is an oily fish belonging to the Tunidae family. It is highly appreciated, due to its intense flavour and the soft texture of its white flesh.The fishing season or “costera del bonito” is between May and October, when it can be found in large groups in the Cantabrian Sea. The fillets (“Ventresca”) come from the belly of the albacore tuna and are characterised by their larger proportion of fat, gelatinous, laminated flesh and intense flavour.”
“Frinsa albacore tuna fillets are canned in whole, unfilleted pieces, to preserve the fat and make their texture softer.
Their presentation, in Olive Oil, gives them an extraordinary, unique taste that improves with time.”
Conservation and Consumption
“It need not be refrigerated and can be stored for a long time. Eat at room temperature.
Best eater alone, straight from the can.
Can also be eaten on fresh or toasted bread or added to salads.”
Energy: 310 Kcal / 1268 kJ
Proteins: 23,4 g
Fats: 24,5 g
Of which saturated fats are: 4,2 g
Omega 3 (EPA+ DHA): 0,18 g
Carbohydrates: 0 g
Of which sugars are: 0 g
Fibre: 0 g
Sodium: 0,59 g
Natural source of Omega 3
Natural source of protein
Low in saturated fats