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Think Green Smoked Tuna in Organic Olive Oil 160 gr

  1. A fine selection of albacares kind yellow-fin tuna.
  2. Smoked in wooden oven with burning wood chips of beech, pine and oak.
  3. An excellent spicy appetizer.
  4. Rich in omega-3 fatty acids.
  5. Reduces bad cholesterol in the blood.
  6. Cooked and prepared while fresh.

 The combination of smoked tuna meat with organic Greek olive oil of th!nkgreen allows the creation of a brilliant and original flavour.

 

 Omega-3 fatty acids in tuna meat stay unchanged, so our smoked tuna continues to be a part of a healthy and balanced diet.

 

The difference in flavour added by this smoking procedure, makes the tuna of th!nkgreen an excellent spicy appetizer combined harmoniously with ouzo, retsina and beer.

 

Of course you can prepare smoked tuna with salads and green leafy vegetables or legumes, or you can add it with olives and capers in tomato sauce and pasta.

 

Add the delicious smoked tuna of th!nkgreen on your table!

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Meet the producer

THINKGREEN company is a newly set up firm but with long experience in the organic products field since 1988.

Thinkgreen is activated in the space of the organic products and good qualitative food in Greece as well as abroad, based mainly on the Greek traditional diet which in extension is the Mediterranean diet with chosen materials from organic certified cultivations.

 

Our philosophy:
To satisfy desires of gourmet taste and high quality product at an affordable price which is achieved by

• Traditional, pure ingredients for our products, and where possible from certified organic plantations
• The old and new secrets of Greek and Mediterranean cuisine
• The utilization of appropriate technology for the processing and final production
• Development of new products based on the nutritional needs and desires of customer group (niche markets).