One Tuna is a distributing facility that buys Atlantic Bluefin Tuna directly from local boats, who catch bluefin in the most sustainable way possible. One Tuna has gathered a multitude of expertise since 1999, when it first started buying from local fishers who had been passing down their wisdom of perfected fishing methods for generations. Located in Canada with the Bluefin Capital on its doorstep, One Tuna sources bluefin from across Atlantic Canada. The One Tuna symbol on their Bluefin tuna products encompasses the sustainable journey that has been taken to deliver socially and environmentally responsible seafood right to you.
At A Glance
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- Did you know?
There is an official tuna capital of the world, namely North Lake, in Prince Edward Island, Canada. One Tuna are able to source from this famous area, to bring consumers the most amazing bluefin tuna!
- We know bluefin tuna
One Tuna has the first CFIA (Canadian Food Inspection Agency) certified bluefin tuna cut house in Canada. We know bluefin tuna and our only focus is sustainably caught tuna.
- Transparent & Traceable
We know exactly where it was caught, who the captain was and what boat landed the fish. One hook, one line, one boat and one tuna. Look for our One Tuna Canadian symbol.
"We know bluefin tuna and our only focus is sustainably caught tuna. We know exactly where it was caught, who the captain was and what boat landed the fish. One hook, one line, one boat and one tuna".
Company Policies and Reports
One Tuna are all about using one hook & one line to catch one tuna at a time, on one boat. These sustainable practices are echoed through their harvesting of Bluefin from North Lake, PEI. They also have the first CFIA (Canadian Food Inspection Agency) certified bluefin tuna cut house in Canada. With current expansion into various parts of the globe, this company have been able to create a ripple effect of sustainable practices being adopted across the world, whilst simultaneously creating ethical jobs for honest workers. Increasing demand for responsible seafood will only further develop their market space going into the future.