Sunday, September 30, 2012

Wild Planet Tuna Giveaway and Review

Wild Planet Albacore is sustainably pole and troll caught in the Pacific Northwest and provides 600% more Omega 3’s and less than half the mercury compared to conventional brands. It’s packed with no additional water, oil, preservatives or chemicals, so there is 45% more great tasting tuna by weight as well.

Wild Planet also offers Wild Albacore Tuna, Wild Skipjack Light Tuna, Wild Alaskan Sockeye Salmon, Wild Alaskan Pink Salmon, Wild Pink Shrimp and Wild California Sardines in Four Varieties.
I was sent two cans of Albacore tuna for review. We are not a big fish eating family, but canned tuna we will like. So I made them simple tuna sandwiches for lunch. They loved it. Wild Planet uses a whole steak of tuna in each can, so it's not that flaked tuna you may know. They also do not dilute it with oil or water, just the natural juices that come from the tuna as it is cooked, so you don't even need to drain it (but I did so my tuna mix wasn't runny).

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My 2 winner's prizes will be one coupon for either tuna or sardines (valued at $5 ea) and one coupon for salmon (valued at $6.49 ea). So 2 coupons per winner.
Here is a list of some retailers carrying Wild Planet products where the coupons can be used, check in the canned tuna aisle.

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*Disclosure* I wrote this review for "Mommy? I'm Hungry!" about Wild Planet Foods. The product(s) in this review were provided to me free of cost for the purpose of conducting my review. All opinions expressed in this review are my own and are not influenced by monetary compensation. Product info & stock images provided by PR or Co.

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11 Lovely Comments:

Margie said...

We like tuna sandwiches and tuna with pasta (peas and mayo added). Thanks for the giveaway.

Christina said...

I definitely would likely go with the traditional tuna salad sandwich but I also love tuna salad mixed into salad greens as well!

camille said...

I love a tuna melt - but regular tuna sandwiches are good too!

Heather! said...

Tuna Noodle Casserole is on the menu for tonight!

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anne loverchio said...

my husband takes a tuna sandwich to work every day!! i ass salt and pepper and celery.
thanks for the giveaway!! anne l

elangomatt said...

I like to use tuna to make tuna mac, which is basically just canned tuna, elbow macaroni, hard boiled eggs, mayo and a bit of diced onion.

Aaron Bretveld

Rachel said...

Tuna melts! They are so delicious when you toast them up in the broiler.

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