Wednesday, June 17, 2015

Sustainable Seas Tuna Giveaway

Disclosure / Disclaimer: I received this giveaway free of charge,from Sustainable Seas, for giveaway purposes on this blog. No other compensation, monetary or in kind, has been received or implied for this post. Nor was I told how to post about it



Great news for all my tuna loving readers out there!

Sustainable Seas, the tuna we adore, is offering BTHM an ultra special giveaway, with a trial pack of
all their tuna products, JUST like what we received! 

sustainable seas albacore tuna

Check out our review to find out more about the different types and how Sustainable Seas is different from the typical tuna you find on your store shelves from the 'Big 3' makers!

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Good Luck!!!!

4 comments:

  1. these migratory fish are smaller (about 9 to 25 pounds) and younger (three to five years old) than the long-line caught older fish that reach up to 70 pounds after ten to fifteen years of growth.

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  2. The migratory fish are smaller (about 9 to 25 pounds) and younger (three to five years old) than the long-line caught older fish that reach up to 70 pounds after ten to fifteen years of growth. The longer a fish lives and feeds, the more it bio-accumulates mercury.

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  3. These Migratory fish are smaller and smaller ones have higher levels of Omegas and less mercury to accumulate.
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  4. they use smaller fish

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