Canned Tuna in Water, Brine / Oil
Canned Tuna was first produced in Australia In 1903, Quickly becoming popular Tuna is Canned in Edible oils, in brine, in water, and in various sauces. Tuna may be processed to be "Chunk, Solid, Flakes"
Tuna can be a good source of omega-3 fatty acids, It can contain 300 milligrams(0.011 oz) per serving. How ever, the level of omega-3 oils found in canned tuna is highly variable, since some common manufacturing methods destroy much of omega-3 oils in the fish. Tuna is also a good source of protein.
In The United States, only Albacore can legally be sold in canned form as " white meat tuna", in other countries, yellowfin is also acceptable. While in the early 1980s canned tuna in Australia was most likely Southern Bluefin, as of 2003 it was usually yellowfin, skipjack, or tongol.
Allothunnus: Slender Tunas
Auxis: Frigate Tunas
Euthynnus: Little Tunas
Katsuwonus: Skipjack Tunas
Thunnus: Albacores, True Tunas