EDEKA Tuna Salad Sweet Thai 210g


  • Fished with fishing rods in particular with little bycatch
  • MSC-controlled fishing
  • With bell pepper, corn, water chestnuts, rice and soybeans
  • With large pieces of tuna
  • Ready to eat with fork

This tuna salad brings top-quality tuna mixed with sweet and tasty thai flavours to your lunchtime or dinner snack. This is truly tasty tuna!

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Albacore Tuna
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At A Glance

Fish Procurement Policy

Since 2009, EDEKA has consistently based its fish procurement policy on sustainability criteria, relying on sustainable fishing and supporting the protection of the seas and fish stocks. In particular, the focus has always been on tuna fishing.

Own Brand

EDKEA's own brand range of fish is continually expanding and adapting to meet their sustainability criteria. They offer fish and marine organisms from environmentally-friendly fisheries which maintain stocks, and also use increased labelling for fish products to educate and inform consumers on what they put in their baskets. They further educate consumers and provide information on the complex problem of overfishing of the seas both internally and externally, bringing awareness for the need of sustainable fishing.

Leading Fish Retailer Big Fish in a Big Pond

EDEKA is Germany's largest fish retailer - with more than 2,000 fresh fish counters and a wide range of chilled self-service goods, frozen products, canned food and marinades. As a leading fish retailer, EDEKA takes responsible sourcing commitments seriously. 

Dive Deeper...

North Atlantic pole-and-line and troll albacore tuna

Atlantic Ocean
This fishery was established by the Spanish and French in the Bay of Biscay at the end of WWII. The original fishery operates in the summer months as this suits the migration patterns of the albacore tuna in the Atlantic. In 1970, the fishery expanded to operate off Morocco to cover the autumn months when the albacore tuna seek warmer waters.
Albacore Tuna
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EDEKA sells responsibly sourced, sustainable tuna in the form of whole fillets in a jar, or as tuna pieces in cans. Both variations are sold in a number of delicious flavours, including in olive oil, sunflower oil, Thai chilli, Mexican and Tuscan-style.
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This fishing method provides the most selective targeting of tuna possible, with minimal bycatch of non-target fish and marine wildlife like dolphins, turtles and sharks. Pole-and-line fishing targets schools of tuna near the ocean surface, and therefore only needs to use short lengths of line on each pole, typically  5-10m.
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Albacore Tuna

Albacore tuna have particularly long pectoral fins, which inspired their name "Tombo" meaning dragonfly, in Hawaii. This species of tuna is an important contributor to the US canned tuna industry, but can be eaten in numerous different ways.
Atlantic Ocean
Pacific Ocean
Indian Ocean
Thunnus alalunga
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