8 Cans Of 5oz Genova Premium Yellowfin Tuna In Olive Oil For $11.04-$12.34 Shipped From Amazon

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8 Cans Of 5oz Genova Premium Yellowfin Tuna In Olive Oil For $11.04-$12.34 Shipped From Amazon

This was selling for $19.09 and is now the lowest price ever from Amazon.

This has fantastic 4.7 star ratings from 1,500+ reviews!

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  • INCREDIBLE, RICH FLAVOR: Genova Solid Yellowfin canned tuna in olive oil features the best cuts of the fish, wild-caught, hand-filleted, then packed in just the right amount of olive oil for a mouthwatering flavor and perfect texture.
  • DELICIOUSLY VERSATILE: The incredible taste of Genova premium canned tuna is central to countless inspired dishes. Elevate your next salad, appetizer or entree with savory Mediterranean flavor.
  • NUTRIENT-RICH YELLOWFIN TUNA: Packed with protein and heart-healthy omega-3s, Genova yellowfin tuna is perfect for keto, paleo and Whole30 snacks and meals. No GMOs, 100% natural ingredients and no preservatives — just simple ingredients and rich taste.
  • SUSTAINABLE WILD TUNA: Genova tuna is responsibly sourced, wild-caught and traceable. We’re leading the charge to ensure that our seas are sustainable now and for future generations.
  • BULK 8 PACK: Buy your tuna in bulk and save. Our cans are shelf-stable and always at the ready whenever you’re craving a satisfying meal or a quick, savory tuna snack.
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Avi

Bishul Yisroel?

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Dave

It’ll be at least double the price if you want Bishul Yisroel.

sam

Bishul Akum does not apply to tuna.
Not “fit for a king’s table”.

Darius Rucker

How does this compare to the sushi grade tuna they sell for about $25/pound?

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