White tuna in olive oil 190 grs.
What do we find in this product?
Bonito del norte on log in olive oil. Its capture is carried out during the summer coastal zone, from June-July to September, in order to obtain the best raw material from the Cantabrian Sea. For its capture, traditional and environmentally friendly methods are used, fishing the bonito one by one so as not to hit or scratch the meat of the fish with the nets, thus achieving the best quality
- Almost soft meat.
- Intense flavor.
- The best raw material.
- Care and dedication in its preparation.
- Quality and freshness.
Albacore tuna vs Light tuna
The bonito del norte or albacore tuna is found in the north of Spain, the Cantabrian Sea. Its coastline begins in summer and lasts until October normally. To ensure quality, it is caught with selective fishing, one by one, obtaining a higher quality meat.
Light tuna is characterized by the yellow color of its fin, it is the most caught and the most used for canning. Although its flavor is pleasant and it is part of the Mediterranean diet, its quality is intermediate. It is a kind of open water of tropical and subtropical seas.
The bonito del norte is softer and more flavorful and has less fat than the light tuna.
Benefits of Bonito for health
- 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.
- It has an outstanding content of vitamin B3 and B12, the latter in quantity higher 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.
- It has interesting amounts of potassium, phosphorus, magnesium and iron, in addition to iodine.
Quality from its origin to your home (history)
The Ana María canning company is a family business created in 1997 in Santoña. Its production is focused on the artisanal manufacture of Cantabrian anchovies having tradition and quality as a symbol, selecting the best specimens from the best fishing grounds.
Currently they have expanded and have expanded their offer with another range of products, such as canned tuna from the north, belly ... finding a wide and careful selection of the sea, having positioned itself as a national benchmark canning company.
White tuna, olive oil and salt.
- Location of the cannery
- Santoña (Cantabria) Spain
- Glass jar
- Net Weight
- 195 grams
- Weight Drained
- 125 grams
- Cantabrian Sea