Ventresca belly fillets

Also known as the flank or belly, it is the lower part of the fish, located just below the head.



Located in the lower part of the fish, the Ventresca stands out for its great flavor and juiciness



Place, dates and type of capture according to the type of fish from which it comes: White Tuna or Yellowfin Tuna.



Flesh: White or pinkish.
Flavor: Mild, fatty and delicate.
Texture: flaky, soft, juicy.



Canned: Case for family consumption.



Low in fat and high in protein and vitamins A, D and B.

“My wife and I have loved it. We have compared with other brands and this one has the best taste.”

Eduardo Armentia V. (Vitoria-Gasteiz)

The ventresca is the most tender and softest part of the fish.

Both fresh and canned, it is the most valued part of the tuna due to its flavor and juicy texture, as well as its scarcity.

In addition, it is one of the few parts of the fish that has no bones, so it is perfect to be enjoyed in any dish or recipe, or just with a drizzle of olive oil.

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White Tuna Belly MSC in virgin olive oil ECO 112g/unit

Box: 6 units (9,20€/unit)
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Product Details
Salsas: ECO virgin olive oil
Formato: Can


  • Format: OL-120
  • Unit Net Weight: 112 g
  • Unit Drained Weight: 81 g
  • Ingredients: Belly of Bonito del Norte, organic virgin olive oil and salt
  • Box: 6 or 25 units
  • Cantabrian coast, organic virgin olive oil and salt
  • Conserves

This product comes from an MSC certified sustainable fishery to help conserve our seas for many centuries to come. For more information on this certification and sustainable fishing log on to

Nutritional information per 100g

Energy value: 1.058 Kj / 249 Kcal

Fat: 16g

  • Saturated: 2,7g
  • Monounsaturated: 2.7g
  • Polyunsaturated: 1.6g

Carbohydrates: 0g.

Sugars: 0g

Proteins: 25g

Salt: 1.1g

Omega-3 fatty acids EPA+DHA: 0,12g

Advantages of White Tuna

When we eat white tuna, we are eating a healthy and wholesome food, essential for a balanced diet. Its high nutritional value increases when it is canned. In addition, canned white tuna can benefit from the added nutritional value of other products (such as olive oil).

Panned white tuna is rich in proteins (of high biological value) and contains a large amount of vitamins (A, B, B12 and D, as well as E, which has a protective antioxidant effect). It provides minerals such as calcium and iodine, essential for metabolism.

Its meat is rich in omega-3 fatty acids that contribute to lower cholesterol and triglyceride levels in the blood. It thus helps to reduce the risk of cardiovascular diseases. In addition, omega-3 is essential in the nervous tissue and retina, as it is part of its cells.

It is a highly recommended food for the full neurological and ocular development of children, since the retina and nervous system are still in formation.

Suitable for coeliacs

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