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You can find Albacore Tuna in every ocean including the Mediterranean Sea but it has predominantly been used for canned tuna. However, Organic Ocean's Wild Albacore Tuna are unique in that they are caught off the most Northern Pacific reaches for these highly migratory fish. This gives them a higher than average healthy fat content providing you with a melt in your mouth flavour experience. Organic Ocean’s Haidacore™ Tuna are troll caught using barbless hooks making it a very selective fishery with virtually no by-catch. Our tuna are Frozen at Sea (FAS) to preserve the quality of this exceptional fish. High in protein, omega 3, and selenium, while low in overall calories and fat it’s the perfect meal option for your family. And while there are health concerns around mercury in tuna, Organic Ocean Wild BC Haidacore™ Tuna are tested regularly and consistently test amongst the lowest mercury levels in the world. Because of the low mercury levels, Health Canada places no serving limits for our local Canadian North Pacific Albacore Tuna.
Organic Ocean's Albacore Tuna is processed into Haidacore™ Tuna Loins while still in their frozen state using special Japanese processing methods there-by ensuring that their superior quality and flavour are preserved.
How to Cook/Prepare Albacore Tuna
Organic Ocean Wild BC Haidacore™ Tuna Loins are best experienced in raw form, as sushi or sashimi, or poke or quickly seared rare on the grill. For couples or as an appetizer our Haidacore™ Half Tuna Loins are the perfect size. And why not try our signature Better Than Okay Poke Marinade for a simple and customizable meal the whole family will enjoy. Check out these great Chef’s Tips for how to prepare our Tuna.
the best tuna I have ever had was a Poke bowl made with the most luscious tuna ever from Organic Ocean
|Common Name||Latin Name||Production Method||Harvest Method||Country of Origin||FAO Region||Processing Country||Sustainability Ratings|
|Albacore Tuna||Thunnus alalunga||Wild||Troll||Canada||FAO 67||Canada||OW, MSC, SWBC|