Also known as Thunnus albacares, Yellowfin Tuna, Yellowfin Tuna or Yellowfin, it is one of the most common species of tuna living in the open waters of tropical and subtropical seas around the world.
One of the most prized tuna families
Location: Atlantic, Indian and Pacific Oceans. Type: Large tuna vessels.
Canned: Industrial format and case for family consumption.
In jar: For domestic use.
Doctors and nutritionists recommend the consumption of Yellowfin Tuna, due to its high Omega-3 content.
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Yellowfin tuna and albacore tuna are often confused by consumers. One of the most unique characteristics of light tuna is its yellowish fin (hence its name), and its juicy and pinkish flesh. In addition, another of the most determining characteristics is its size, since a tuna can measure up to 2m and weigh up to 200kgs.
It should be noted that due to its organoleptic qualities, as well as its flavor and juicy flesh, this product is a staple in the Mediterranean diet and an essential product in any pantry.