Whole Fresh Frozen Tuna Fish

£2,300.00 / Ton

SUPPLY ABILITY 1400 TONES / WEEK

 

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Tuna is and one of the most eaten fish in the world. It belongs to a subgroup of the mackerel family and consists of 8 species that vary in colour and size.

Tuna is a nomadic species and is found throughout the world’s oceans.

It can be eaten fresh or canned.

Choose the right tuna for your dish

The most-sold type of tuna around the world is skipjack, as it is the most abundant tuna in the ocean, making up 60% of the global tuna catch.

As well as skipjack there are four other main species of tuna include albacore, bigeye, bluefin and yellowfin.

As with varieties of veg or breeds of cattle, different tuna have different qualities, so choose the right tuna fish for your dish.

Is Whole Fresh Frozen Tuna Fish market and sustainable?

Tuna carrying the blue MSC label is certified sustainable. MSC labelled tuna comes from a fishery that has been independently assessed to the MSC Fisheries Standard.

Every supply chain business handling MSC seafood must meet the MSC Chain of Custody Standard, which ensures that fish and seafood sold with the blue label has come from fishing certified as sustainable against the MSC Fisheries Standard.

Yes, canned tuna is a healthful food rich in protein and contains many vitamins and minerals such as B-Complex vitamins, Vitamins A and D as well as iron, selenium and phosphorus. Tuna also contains healthy omega 3 essential fatty acids DHA and EPA.
20 Amazing Health Benefits Of Tuna Fish
  • It reduces your blood pressure. Tuna is rich in potassium – a mineral that lowers the blood pressure significantly. …
  • It improves your immune system. …
  • It reduces depression. …
  • It lowers triglycerides. …
  • It strengthens your bones. …
  • It prevents stroke. …
  • It prevents cancer. …
  • It builds muscle.
Canned light tuna is the better, lower-mercury choice, according to the FDA and EPA. Canned white and yellowfin tuna are higher in mercury, but still okay to eat.