albacore


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albacore:

see tunatuna
or tunny,
game and food fishes, the largest members of the family Scombridae (mackerel family) and closely related to the albacore and bonito. They have streamlined bodies with two fins, and five or more finlets on the back.
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albacore

a tunny, Thunnus alalunga, occurring mainly in warm regions of the Atlantic and Pacific. It has very long pectoral fins and is a valued food fish
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Children, who eat more than twice as much tuna as any other fish, should not eat albacore at all, Greer said.
Data collected by marketing research company ACNielsen indicates that Prime Fillet has captured a significant market share of the canned tuna category and ranks in the top 10 selling items in the canned solid white albacore segment.
The request comes in the wake of a new draft FDA advisory that warns pregnant women, nursing mothers, and young children about mercury content in albacore tuna.
Produced by Bumble Bee Seafoods, North America's leading canned seafood provider and number one canned albacore producer, Prime Fillet is a superior tuna product consisting of the finest grade of hand-selected solid white albacore packed only in water.
In fact, nigiri sushi fanciers will find tuna, albacore, yellowtail and salmon sushi for less than $3, some as low as $2.
In fact, the Environmental Defense Fund has no consumption advisory for pole- or troll-caught albacore, but does have an advisory for albacore caught by longlines.
We want to catch 20," Roelle announced as the albacore adventure was getting under way.
Albacore tuna is not commonly eaten in the UK, and has a grey-white flesh rather than the bright red of blue-fin.
50), which brings salmon, tuna and albacore sashimi together with potato crispies to stuff into a couple of lettuce leaves.
At the next level, which is recommended at no more than one six-ounce serving per week, is listed orange roughy, marlin, canned white albacore tuna, sea trout, fresh tuna, blue fish and lobster.