Since I was a kid, I have always enjoyed tuna from the can. It was a simple quick food item that you could prepare in a variety of ways. My two ways to have was as Tuna Helper or just as a salad on bread with lettuce and tomato. If I could have eaten Tuna every day as a child, I would have. As I got older, I moved away from eating Tuna as much.
Recently, I had the chance to reconnect with the fish that I liked so much as a young girl. The folks over a SafeCtach reached out to me about trying their brand of Tuna. I was sent samples of all the products they currently offer. I have to say right off, it’s very tasty!
I know many of you may worry about the mercury levels in Tuna. No worries with SafeCatch. They test every fish they use for purity in the production process of their tuna (This the only brand that individually test every fish for mercury). They also use an old artisan method to cook and package their product. At Safe Catch, they hand cut and hand pack each wild tuna steak into a BPA free lined can with no additives or fillers. Then, they slow cook it just once to lock in all the favor and nutrients. You don’t have to worry about draining your after opening either. Just open up the can into a bowl, chop up the steak with a fork and let it reabsorb its natural oils. You’ll have the moistest tuna ever with amazing taste.
SafeCatch’s tuna is Non-GMO verified and BPA free. It also has 35 grams of protein per can. Awesome right! This tuna is great for expecting mothers, children, athletes or whoever enjoys tuna. SafeCatch Elite Wild Tuna is available as 5oz can and a 3oz single serving pouch. They even offer a No Salt Added Albacore. If you follow a special diet, this is a great option for you.
I just love SafeCatch brand of tuna. It’s a brand that I can feel great about serving to my family and enjoying myself. I really like that they take the extra care and time to make a product that pure and sure to deliver the nutrients that my body needs.
Have you tried SafeCatch tuna? What are your thoughts on the product? Tell me in the comments.