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365 Canned Wild Tuna, Albacore in Water No Salt Added, 5 oz

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Albacore Wild Tuna in Water with no salt. 

The classic taste of albacore tuna caught in New Zealand and the US using pole-and-line. This tuna is a staple in any pantry and delivers a fresh and quality taste every time. The 365 range promises exceptional value at an everyday price, 365 days of the year.

Whole Foods Market is a retailer that you can trust to deliver high-quality products every time, packed full of vitamins and goodness. Their tuna is no exception.

Canned
Albacore Tuna
Trolling
United States
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At A Glance

Pole-and-line!

This albacore tuna is pole-and-line caught, meaning that it was caught with one pole, one line, and one fish at a time. 

This method of fishing provides minimal by catch, minimal plastic pollution and minimal overfishing, whilst delivering quality tuna to your plate.

Traceability 2018 Traceability Standards

In 2018, it was announced that all suppliers must use Trace Register traceability to comply with traceability standards set by Wholefoods to ensure the tuna that they sell to consumers is caught only using one-by-one techniques, completing Wholefood’s aim to reduce bycatch and overfishing, whilst supporting the fishery communities.

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New Zealand troll albacore tuna

Pacific Ocean
The New Zealand troll fishery fishes for albacore tuna from the Southern Pacific albacore population. Hunting off of the Northern coasts of New Zealand, the troll fishing vessels begin their trips in the summer months between December and May.
New Zealand
Albacore Tuna
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AAFA South Pacific troll albacore

Pacific Ocean
The American Albacore Fishery Association has two subset fisheries: North and South Pacific, off the Western coast of the United States. The Southern fishery uses the troll method to hunt for albacore tuna, across the fishery.
United States
Albacore Tuna
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AAFA North Pacific pole-and-line and troll albacore

Pacific Ocean
The American Albacore Fishery Association operates off the Western coast of the United States and has two subset fisheries: North and South. In the North, pole-and-line and trolling fisheries are the two methods of one-by-one fishing used to catch albacore tuna.
United States
Albacore Tuna
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Whole Foods Market

Whole Foods Market has a reputation for organic, sustainable and high quality produce across both ponds. Their canned tuna is all one-by-one products where the consumer can trust that the food they pick will look after the coastal communities, the ocean, and themselves.
United States
5
Years of IPNLF Membership
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Trolling

Troll fishing uses single hooked lines that are dragged through the water off the back of a moving boat. The disturbance caused by the rapid movements of the lures and hooks resembles that of small, schooling fish and attracts tuna to the boat. Once a tuna bites on the hooks the line is brought in, the tuna is quickly detached and placed on ice, and the lure is returned to the water.
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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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