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Tuna in oil 1850 grs. Ría de Santoña

24,00  IVA incluido

Can of 1.850 grs.

Tuna in oil Ria de Santoña is a fish preserve traditionally made in the artisan workshop that the cannery Ria de Santoña has in Santoña.  This is a yellowfin tuna fish sustainably caught in the waters of the Atlantic Ocean.  The tuna is caught one by one during the spring months and then unloaded at the port where it is auctioned. Later, it arrives at the cannery to begin its process of elaboration, packing and submersion in sunflower oil during a period of settlement of 6 months with which it is possible to enhance all its characteristic flavor.
The tuna in vegetable oil Ría de Santoña is presented in an ideal format for use in catering establishments.

 

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Tuna in oil Ria de Santoña is a fish preserve traditionally made in the artisan workshop that the cannery Ria de Santoña has in Santoña.  This is a yellowfin tuna fish sustainably caught in the waters of the Atlantic Ocean.  The tuna is caught one by one during the spring months and then unloaded at the port where it is auctioned. Later, it arrives at the cannery to begin its process of elaboration, packing and submersion in sunflower oil during a period of settlement of 6 months with which it is possible to enhance all its characteristic flavor.
The tuna in vegetable oil Ría de Santoña is presented in an ideal format for use in catering establishments.

 

Gross weight (container inc.)2.1 kg
Format

Can of 1.850 grs.

Product origin

Santoña (Cantabria)

Brand

Ría de Santoña

Ingredients

Tuna, sunflower oil and salt

Suitable for allergics to lactose

Yes

Suitable for allergics to nuts

Yes

Suitable for allergics to egg

Yes

Suitable for allergics to gluten

Yes

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