Tuna from the North Coastal in Olive Oil 550 grs, Zallo
What do we find in this product?
Bonito from the north of the Cantabrian coast, without sangancho, which means without the dark part that the blood of the bonito accumulates when fishing it, we have the best part of the bonito, presented in its most appreciated form in olive oil.
- Handcrafted elaboration
- Bocarte of the Cantabrian coast of spring
- Thorough cleaning using traditional techniques
- Great taste and quality
- Special selection of the best anchovies
"The sounds of the sea"
Conservas Zallo is a family business that was created in approximately 1926, although it was not established with this name until 1979. It is located in Bermeo, in the province of Vizcaya, a place with a great seafaring tradition. Its location in the Cantabrian Sea makes it possible to access the highest quality fish.
Its way of making it has not changed over the years, it has always focused on artisanal making with the highest quality raw material. Although they adapt to new media and innovations in utensils, going from wood to stainless steel), tradition and craftsmanship are always maintained.
Its anchovies are made only with mouthfuls from the Cantabrian coast of the spring, the best quality. Thus, a top quality anchovy is achieved.
Properties: eating well is delicious, healthy and makes you feel good and happy.
The bonito from the north, like all blue fish, is rich in omega-3, an essential fatty acid that should always be present in the diet, because in addition to regulating cholesterol levels and preventing cardiovascular diseases, it is essential for some functions basic of the organism.
Bonito, like the rest of the fish, is a good source of proteins of high biological value and has different amounts of vitamins and minerals. Among the vitamins are those of group B, such as B2 (more abundant in oily fish) and B9, although their content is less relevant when compared to other foods rich in these nutrients.
Compared to other fish, bonito has an outstanding content of vitamin B3 and B12, the latter in a higher quantity than many fish and meats. Bonito, being a fatty fish, also has fat-soluble vitamins, such as A and D, which accumulate mainly in its entrails.
In relation to minerals, the bonito has interesting amounts of potassium, phosphorus, magnesium and iron, in addition to iodine
White tuna, olive oil, vinegar, spices, natural aroma of garlic and salt.