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Geisha White Meat Tuna In Sunflower Oil 100g
Geisha White Meat Tuna In Sunflower Oil 100g
Geisha White Meat Tuna In Sunflower Oil 100g
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Geisha White Meat Tuna In Sunflower Oil 100g

Pack size : 100g

KWD 0.325(Inc. VAT)

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Carrefour
Origin -
Thailand
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It is zero carb and sugar-free and unopened and it can be kept at room temperature. It comes with HACCP, Halal, and Japanese Technology.
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DESCRIPTION

Geisha White Meat Tuna in Sunflower Oil is ready to Eat Canned White Meat Tuna from yellowfin is a healthy and tastier meal. Rich in Omega 3, Proteins, Potassium, Magnesium, Iron, Vitamin A, B16 and B12, it comes with no preservative and no odour. It is zero carb and sugar-free and unopened and it can be kept at room temperature. It comes with HACCP, Halal, and Japanese Technology.

Nutrition facts

Per100PortionType
Average Nutritional Value As Per 75g
Per100Energyinkcal
195kcal
Per100Protein
15g
Per100Carbohydrates
0g
Per100Sugar
0g
Per100Fat
15g
Per100Fibre
0g
Per100Sodium
0mg
Sub Type
White Meat Tuna
Form
Solid
Category
Food

*Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calaries needs

INFORMATION

Ingredients

White Meat Tuna Sunflower Oil Water Salt.

Storage Condition

Keep Frozen.

Brand Message

Boston and Chicago had traditionally been large consumers of fresh lobster, so Nozaki Bros. &. , Ltd began to develop mail order business in those areas. In deciding on the trademark, we took into consideration the fact that pictures and photos of Fujiyama and Geisha were sold at souvenir stores for foreigners in Japan and were well received, and decided to adopt GEISHA after discussions. Canned mandarin oranges were manufactured in Hiroshima in 1928, and sample cans were sent to the United States, which led to the start of full-scale exports the following year. Canned tuna was first exported to San Francisco in 1928 by a canner from Hiroshima, Japan, who exported 200 cases of tuna.