Bonito Tuna in Olive Oil, Organic, Ortiz (112g)

Bonito Tuna in Olive Oil, Organic, Ortiz (112g)

£4.95
(£4.42 per 100g)
Organic mcs-1-rating mcs-2-rating

Spend £30 & save £5 using SAVE5 at checkout

-
1
+
Caught by rod and line on the Bay of Biscay and dressed by hand by the experts at Ortiz, this Bonito tuna in organic olive oil is a decadent dollop for your baked potato, a perfect partner for a fish pie, and just the ticket for a tuna sandwich.

Did you know that Bonito Tuna are the small-fry of the tuna world? They weigh in at less that 20kg for the most part. That might sound hefty for a fish, but the Altantic Bluefin has been known to grow to almost 700kg!

Read More Read Less
Producer

Ortiz have five generations of sustainable fishing and processing tradition behind their work today. From Spain’s north coast they have rod-and-line fished for tuna (or bonito) for years, with sustainability and the future of our fish stocks at the centre of what they do.

Ingredients & allergens

White tuna (fish), organic extra virgin olive oil* (27%), salt.

For allergens, including cereals containing gluten, see ingredients in bold.
*= produced to organic standards

Nutrition

Nutritional Information per 100g/ml
Energy (kJ):
1266
Energy (kcal):
303
Protein (g):
24.0
Carbohydrate (g):
0.0
of which sugars (g):
0.0
Fat (g):
23.0
of which saturates (g):
4.1
Salt (g):
1.3

Storage & prep

Store in a cool and dry place. Once opened, keep refrigerated in a non-metallic container, covered in the oil, and consume 5 days. Not suitable for home freezing.

Packaging

Food contact material: Aluminium  (Recyclable - Widely recyclable)
Contains BPA: No

The handy MCS Good Fish Guide explains which fish varieties are the most sustainable (1-2), and which are the least sustainable (5).
mcs-1-rating mcs-1-rating mcs-1-rating
Catch some fish

You might also like to try...

Close
Favourites

Make a list of your favourite things by clicking on the heart. This will come in handy when placing your orders.

Start your favourites list now New to Abel & Cole? Sign up here

Back to the shop