The product

Tonno Bonito del Norte

Whole slices of Bonito del Norte white tuna in olive oil
Country of origin:
1850 g (net weight)
Minimum order:
1 piece
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Raw material Bonito del Norte white tuna in olive oil
Appearance Whole slices of tuna, white in colour with pink shades without crumbles
Taste Pleasantly salty and crispy; the balanced fat content allows the muscle bands to separate easily remaining distinct from each other; the presence of olive oil does not alter the taste
Curiosity The word Bonito del Norte is to indicate only the tuna of the Cantabrian Sea caught in the summer season. Long cooking at low temperatures allows the meat to maintain a good texture and to preserve the original flavor without altering the aromatic bouquet
Suggestions Delicious on its own or with vegetables, it is a perfect ingredients for sauces and stuffings, try it to make the sauce of vitello tonnato
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Ingredients White TUNA (Thunnus Alalunga), olive oil, salt
Allergens Fish and products thereof
FAO Area F27
Weight 1850 g (net weight)
Packaging Tin
Storage Conditions (packaged products) Keep in cool dry place. Once open, keep refrigerated and cover with olive oil to preserve the product
Nutrition Declaration Energy: 742 kJ / 177 kcal
Fat: 6,8 g
of which saturates: 4,9 g
Carbohydrate: 1,1 g
of which sugars: <0.3 g
Protein: 27,9 g
Salt: 1 g
Typical value per 100 g
The producer

Yurrita e Hijos - Mutriku - Spain

Why we chose them
Yurrita and Hijos is a company founded in 1867 by the Yurrita family, which for 5 generations produces Cantabrian Anchovies. Yurrita is in the Basque Country, in Mutriku, that is a small fishing village overlooking the Cantabrian Sea, about an hour's drive from San Sebastian. When we visited the company we hit the link with tradition and attention to quality in every process of the production chain: from the purchase of anchovies in nearby marinas to manic cleaning the fish, from the long aging of the product in salt packaging manual. Every single anchovy fillet is cleaned and packaged manually by a group of only women, "why only women are capable of doing this painstaking work - confessed Juan Yurrita during the visit - while men are dedicated to offshore fishing". Recently the Yurrita family also acquired a processing facility of "Bonito del Norte", the famous albacore tuna caught in Cantabrico. The tuna is caught on the hook and the fishing trip was a real ceremony in the offshore, which lasts about a week or even more
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