The yellowfin tuna or light tuna (Thunus albacares) is a migratory species that is caught in tropical and equatorial waters. It can reach a length of two metres and is characterised by its yellow fins. Its flesh is firm and light brown in colour.
“Frinsa yellowfin tuna comes from the finest yellowfin species which are carefully selected, depending on their origin, size and fishing season. The most advanced cleaning and packing techniques are used to prepare them.
They are canned in Olive Oil, which enhances their taste and aroma.”
Conservation and Consumption
“It need not be refrigerated and can be stored for a long time. It is advisable to eat at room temperature.
Can also be eaten on fresh or toasted bread or added to salads.”
Energy: 171,5 Kcal / 719,5 kJ
Proteins: 26 g
Fats: 7,5 g
Of which saturated fats are: 1,1 g
Omega 3 (EPA+ DHA): 0,07 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