Seafood & Tuna

In the United States the Tuna we typically find in the supermarket is Blue-fin or Yellow-fin tuna which has been net caught and is a schooling fish. Bonito tuna is significantly different in that it is line caught (and thus 100% dolphin safe) and of far superior quality than the other varieties. The meat is pale, firm, and moist with a truly delicious flavor. An interesting bit of trivia: canned blue- or yellow-fin tuna degrade in quality over time, while Bonito actually ages to become a delicacy like fine wine! Occasionally even vintage Bonito is available and fetches a higher price depending on the year produced.

Galician cockles purified with sea water is one of the classics, perfect to tase in your most special moments.
Size: 4oz/111g net, about 45 -55 count
Origin: Rias Gallegas (Galicia) Spain
Extra-small baby sardines from the coast of Galicia, carefully packed by hand and prepared in Spanish olive oil.
Size: 4oz/115g net, about 16-22 count
Origin: Galicia, Spain
Whole fillets of the elusive white fin Bonito carefully packed in olive oil. Perfect for topping salads, making an unbeatably rich sandwich and for stuffing piquillo peppers.
Size: 4oz/111g net
Origin: Galicia, Spain
Hand-shelled then carefully packed in a rich sauce with just a hint of vinegar and paprika, these truly are the best of Galicia.
Size: 4oz/111g net, about 8-12 count
Origin: Rias Gallegas (Galicia,) Spain
Harvested in the cold winter months from the pristine waters, the firm texture and rich flavor of these clams make them a true prize to be tasted.
Size: 4oz/111g net, about 4-6 count
Origin: Galicia, Spain
All-natural 'tinta' perfect for 'Arroz Negro,' the famous black rice dish of Spain.
Size: 3.2oz/90g
Origin: Spain