Once Cooked Tuna
Most commercial tuna has been cooked twice to make processing easier, which unfortunately depletes much of the fish’s natural, nutritional value. Our Sea Fare Pacific Albacore Tuna is prepared by hand at ice-cold temperatures before being cooked just once, preserving a home-canned fresh taste and 6 times more of the tuna’s Omega3. So when you open this pouch you will simply find wholesome Albacore delight.
Loaded with Omega3
Once-cooked tuna naturally contains 6 times more Omega 3 as compared to national brands of Albacore or white tuna. By preparing the fish by hand rather than cooking it to speed up the process, we are able to preserve the natural Omega3 goodness that is naturally found in tuna. But don’t just take our word for it, you can read more here:
No Mercury Concerns
Pacific caught tuna along the U.S. coast are proven to have no mercury concerns. Multiple studies have found this
to be true: Read the report
No Radiation Concerns
Following the devastating events in Japan in spring of 2011, concerns have been raised about radiation leaks affecting fish in general, including Albacore tuna. Since those events were first voiced, numerous studies have found that Albacore caught along the U.S. shores is (and will continue to be) safe to eat.
Seafood is naturally free of gluten, and because our flavors have simple ingredients, no gluten has been added to any of the varieties. Our processing and packaging facility is not certified; however we do our own testing on a regular basis insuring we do not have gluten in the plant. Read the full PDF report here
Heart Healthy Salmon
Research has shown that salmon is one of the healthiest foods you can, and should, eat. It contains two critical omega-3 fatty acids, EPA and DHA, that your heart and brain need for optimal health, especially as you age. Sockeye salmon wild-caught off Alaskan shores is listed on Monterey Bay Aquarium’s Seafood Watch list as a Best Choice item for the minimal environmental impact caused by fishing for this salmon.
Read more about the benefits of Sockeye Salmon here: