Films of White Tuna in Olive Oil 115gr, Mingo
What do we find in this product?
Juicy slices of bonito del norte in olive oil of the highest quality. From Bonitos from Cantabrian fish markets, these sheets are made using artisanal and delicate methods to offer the best of this wonderful product.
Quality from its origin to your home (Its history)
Conservas Mingo is part of a small family business group led by Anselmo Domingo Ortiz Quintana, better known as "Mingo", which gives the canning company its name. After starting at sea as a rescue diver and barnacle fisherman, over the years, he and his wife entered the hospitality sector by creating a small restaurant.
Currently they have several restaurants and have entered into the production of preserves and anchovies with Conservas Mingo based in Santoña
Its most outstanding product is the Cantabrian Anchovies in olive oil. To make this semi-preserved, they always start from bocartes caught in the Cantabrian coast during the spring, which guarantees us its perfect point of maturation. Later they are made following the most delicate artisan processes, kneading the anchovies by hand, eliminating all the thorns and achieving a perfect finish.
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.
Regarding 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