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Many of our tuna, sardines, mackerels, salmon, and other products can be found at Big Bazaar, Hypercity, Spencers, ABRL More, Haiko, Dorabjees among many others across India.
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For everyday sandwiches, salmon cakes or omelettes, use our pink salmon.
Skipjack is the most common type of tuna. This mild flavoured variety is labelled “light” because of its colour. Our Light tuna comes in chunk and flaked. Use solid and chunk tuna in salads and casseroles; flaked tuna is ideal for sandwiches. Our newly launched Tuna Spread in Mayonnaise makes excellent Subs!
Golden Prize salmon is WILD salmon, caught off the coast of Alaska. Whether it’s traditional canned salmon fillets in oil or the Smoked Fillets in Oil, you can be sure it’s WILD salmon! Golden Prize. The future is wild!
Yes. We will not harm dolphins or other marine mammals as we fish. Since 1997, Golden Prize has led the way in environmental responsibility. We will not buy tuna from vessels that net fish associated with dolphins, or tuna caught with gill nets or drift nets, as these can sometimes entrap dolphins, other marine animals or birds. Our purchasing agreements require certification of dolphin-safe fishing practices from all our tuna suppliers.
Golden Prize declares the best before dates on all products to allow our consumers to be sure about their product freshness. If the can is in good condition it may even last longer although optimal freshness is best when consumed earlier than the best before date. Any rusty, bulging, leaking or significantly damaged cans should be discarded and all canned food should be stored at room temperature. Cans stored at high temperatures might have a reduced shelf life.
All our Canned Products (Salmon, Tuna, Mackerel & Sardines) come with a 3 years shelf-life. Our Sauce products (Oyster & Fish Sauce) come with a 2 years shelf life.
All canned fish products should be consumed immediately after opening or, if refrigerated in a container other than the opened can, within one to three days.
For specific dates regarding any products you might have, please check the can for the best before dates or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any further questions.
Omega 3 fatty acids are the good fats found in foods like salmon, tuna, avocado, walnuts and flax seeds. Omega 3, and regular exercise, can help get your good cholesterol (HDL cholesterol) up where it needs to be. Fish is an excellent source of protein and a source of omega-3, which may lower blood cholesterol (LDL cholesterol) and increase heart health. Omega 3’s are particularly important for cognitive and behavioural function of the brain. In fact, infants who do not get enough omega-3 fatty acids from their mothers during pregnancy are at risk for developing vision and nerve problems. On the research frontiers, omega 3’s have also been linked to reduction in sudden cardiac death, reduction in triglycerides, reduction in depression disorders, and improvement in arthritis and osteoporosis to name a few. There are a number of studies being conducted in North America help clarify the benefits even further.
A well balanced diet of a variety of types of fish is always recommended to get the full benefits of omega 3's. Salmon and mackerel are two fish species that are a very good source of omega 3's. However, no one food, diet or exercise can replace a lifestyle of balanced eating and activity!
The crystal you discovered is not glass but a hard mineral salt called Struvite. Although this naturally occurring salt is found in virtually all canned seafood products; it may, on rare occasions, form crystals that have a glass like appearance. These crystals may be aesthetically unpleasant, but they represent no health hazard and actually contain minerals that are important for proper nutrition.
The easiest way to determine if it is indeed Struvite or not, is to place it in some vinegar and let it sit for a few hours or overnight. If it is the salt, it will dissolve in the vinegar whereas glass will not.
Every effort is made to ensure the tuna is free of any bone before being canned. Highly skilled technicians hand process the fish to ensure that all of the bone is removed. On very rare occasions, a hidden bone, set in the tuna loin may not be detected. However, since the canning process is done at such high heats, generally the process will make any remaining bone in the can so soft it would easily crush between your fingers.
Our canned salmon products (labelled as Wild Caught in Alaska, USA) are made with 100% wild Pacific salmon caught off the coast of Alaska. The fresh salmon is then processed in canneries located in Thailand.
Canned salmon or tuna can be refrigerated for up to three (3) days after opening without spoiling. You can also freeze canned salmon or tuna in plastic freezer bags or containers. Just remember to thaw it before use. Freezing extends the storage time by up to three (3) months or more. As with the handling of any perishable food, however, canned salmon or tuna should not be left at room temperature for unnecessary periods of time after opening.
A white or creamy coloured substance resembling coagulated egg white is sometimes found on the surface of canned salmon. This substance is commonly mistaken for congealed fat. In fact, it is a protein-like material present in the natural juices of raw salmon flesh that gets separated out and coagulates during the cooking process. The coagulation of these proteins is similar to the coagulation of albumen protein in raw egg white when boiled.