Bonito del norte in olive oil, 215 g What do we find in this product? Bonito del norte in trunk in olive oil. Your capture is made during the coastal summer, from June-July to September, in order to obtain the best raw materials in the cantabrian sea. To capture it using traditional methods and environmentally friendly, fishing the beautiful one-on-one to not knock or scratch the flesh of the fish with the nets getting the best quality Meat is almost soft. An intense flavor. The best raw material. Care and dedication in its preparation. Quality and freshness. Tuna vs light Tuna The bonito del norte or albacore found in the north of Spain, cantabrian sea. Its coast begins in summer and lasts until October usually. To ensure the quality is captured with selective fishing, one-on-one, obtaining a meat of higher quality. The yellowfin tuna is characterized by the yellow colour of your flipper, is the most caught and the most commonly used for canning. Although its taste is pleasant and forms part of the mediterranean diet, its quality is intermediate. It is a species of the open water of tropical oceans and subtropical. The white tuna is soft and tasty and has less fat than the light tuna. Benefits of Nice for the health The nice of the north, as all the blue fish, is rich in omega-3, an essential fatty acid and must always be present in the diet, because in addition to regulating the levels of cholesterol and prevent cardiovascular disease, it is essential for some basic functions of the body. The beautiful, like the rest of the fish, it is a good source of proteins of high biological value and has varying amounts of vitamins and minerals. Among the vitamins are the B group, as the B2 (more abundant in blue fish), and the B9, although their content is less relevant if compared with other foods rich in these nutrients. Is a outstanding vitamin B3 and B12, the latter in a quantity greater than many fish, and meats. The nice, for being a fatty fish, it also has fat soluble vitamins like A and D, which build up in a major way in their viscera. It has interesting quantities of potassium, phosphorus, magnesium and iron, plus iodine. Quality from its source to your house (story) The canning Ana Maria is a family business founded in 1997 in Santoña. Their production focuses on the manufacture of artisan cantabrian anchovy, taking as a symbol of tradition and quality, selecting the best specimens of the best fishing grounds. Now they have expanded and have extended their offer another range of products, such as canned white tuna, tuna... finding a wide and careful selection of the sea, having been located as a canning reference to the national level. Ingredients Bonito del norte, olive oil and salt.