Wednesday, February 9, 2011

O2 tuna Fresh

You know we carry O2 tuna, frozen yellow fin tuna in a oxygen sealed vinyl bag.

Now we carry fresh O2 tuna. It comes from Philippine.
There are many of good yellow fin tuna around Philippine. They catch tuna with fishing rod and keep tuna fresh and put oxygen together and ship.

Most of catching tuna is called haenawa, longline fishing. They leave longline with food and wait to get tuna. It takes 3-4 days to catch. So, some tuna is very fresh but some tuna is 2-3days old.

I do not show the picture of tuna. It is same as fresh yellow fin. Our supplier says this kind of tuna is getting popular in NYC restaurants.

We need to carry good tuna and fresh tuna always.

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