|Suite 802, Shentian International Building, No.46 Shentian Road, 361003 Xiamen, China|
|Place of Origin:||China (Mainland)|
|Brand Name:||NEWMAN or Buyer's Brand|
|Certification:||HACCP, BRC, IFS, HALAL, ISO|
|Model Number:||142g, 160g, 170g, 185g, 1000g, 1885g|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||1 Twenty-Foot Container 1x20GP|
|Delivery Time:||Within 30 days after receiving deposit|
|Payment Terms:||L/C, T/T, Western Union|
|Supply Ability:||10 x 20'fcls|
|Stype:||Canned, Preserved||Proservation Process:||In Oil|
|Packing:||Paper Label||Shelf Life:||3 Years|
Canned skipjack tuna fish bonito loin in soyabean oil 1880g for catering
Canned tuna, chunk, loin, flake in oil and in brine.
Can sizes (Net weight/Drained weight) 1880g/1180g; 185g/130g. 170g/120g are popular. Other can sizes are acceptble.
In oil can be: 100% soy bean oil or as per customer's request
Transport packaging: Carton, shrink trays.
Primary packaging: tin With paper label, UV coated.
EOE tins for small cans are acceptbale.
Cooking With Tuna
Everybody knows about the tried-and-true tuna salad, tuna melts, and tuna casserole. But there are so many other ways to cook tuna, including salad Nicoise (a composed salad of tuna, olives, green beans, potatoes, and hard-boiled eggs with a delicious anchovy dressing), seared ahi tuna steaks, and spicy tuna sushi burgers. If using raw tuna steaks, it is important that you don’t overcook—the fish tastes best when rare in the center (but of course, cook to your liking). If looking to make something out of the ordinary with canned tuna, consider deviled eggs with tuna, tuna risotto, or stuffed peppers with tuna.