- From esteemed Basque company
- Line-caught and hand packed
- Preserved in olive oil for moisture and flavor
- Size - 9.15 oz/260 gr
Bonito del Norte is considered by Spaniards to be the finest of tunas. Arroyabe is a venerable company from the Basque region, famed for its firm, flavorful tuna.
Each tuna is line caught by hand, preserving the texture and flavor that can be damaged by the stress of harvesting by net. Colman Andrews, former Editor-in Chief of Saveur Magazine, writes that Bonito tuna is "one of the great gastronomic pleasures of every day life."
It is a far cry from the water-packed tuna you get at the supermarket. Warning: once you taste this silky smooth tuna, you may never buy another tin of ordinary tuna.
It is great in salads or on sandwiches, as well as a stuffing for piquillo peppers.
White tuna, olive oil and salt.
Service size 1 can. Calories 160, Fat calories 100. Total fat 11g (17%), Saturated fat 2g (10%), Cholesterol 15mg (5%), Sodium 360mg (15%), Total carbohydrate 0g (0%), Fiber 0g (0%), Sugars 0g, Protein 14g. Vitamin A and C 0%. Calcium 2%, Iron 4%. *Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
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Ban - NEWPORT COAST, CA May 2015
peter - shoreham, NY October 2014
"wonderful, wonderful product!"
carl - sarasota, FL April 2014
"Excellent but very expensive."
Richard - Spokane Valley, WA June 2013
l - March 2012
"This is fabulous.....you must try it,it made the best tuna salad ever"
goldenathena - November 2011
"This Tuna was quite good. Flavor was superior to Ortiz,...in our Hacienda, and among guests."
Randi - February 2009