We offer our tuna loins with different presentations with the following trade names (scientific name):

    Tuna Loin skinless (Thunnus Albacares y Thunnus Obesus).
    Tuna Loin with skin (Thunnus Albacares y Thunnus Obesus).
    Tuna Loin with skin comming from fishing line (Thunnus Albacares).

The package contains just one piece per box which may have a variable net weight, 3 to 6 kg.

Product made from tuna (Thunnus albacares, Thunnus obesus) that has undergone a process of unfreezing, bleeding, gutting and cutting to obtain clean loins with o without skin (it depends on presentation). These loins are subsequently vacuum-packed, conserving all their organoleptic qualities up to the end of their useful lives.

Ingredients used: tuna, water, salt and antioxidants (E-300, E-301, E-331).
We deliver this product refrigerated and ready to cook.
It features Health Registration No.: ES 12.17594/MU CE.
Fishing zone: FAO zones 34, 87, 77, 57 and 51.

Product quality:
Colour: inherent to the species.
Smell: typical, characteristic. Absence of subjective smells of decomposition or contamination with external substances.
Flavour: Typical, characteristic.
Texture: firm to bite.
Parasites: absence of live parasites. Neither should dead parasites be present.

Primary packaging: Vacuum-shrunk polyethylene bag measuring approximately 43x32 cm and weighing approximately 15 grs.
Primary labelling: Trade name, scientific name, batch, shelf-life and weight.
Secondary packaging: Copolymer polypropylene box measuring approximately 16x29x38 cm and weighing approximately 315 grs.
Secondary labelling: Trade name, scientific name, batch, shelf-life, capture zone (FAO), ingredients and weight.

Temperatures: Refrigerated: between 0ºC - 5ºC.
Storage: Refrigerated: keep between 0ºC - 5ºC.
Sell-by date: 15 days (provided it is kept between 0°C - 5°C).
Useful life: 72 hours once the package is opened (keep between 0°C - 5°C).

Applicable legislation

Amendments to legislation and other reference regulations, and other current aspects relating to food safety, are available on the website of the Spanish Food Safety and Nutrition Agency (Agencia Española de Seguridad Alimentaria y Nutrición - AESAN): www.aesan.msc.es

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