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Andalusian frigate mackerel Canutera 120g

Andalusian frigate mackerel Canutera 120g

Regular price € 7,95 EUR
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Unit price 66,25€  per  kg
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Kompetente Beratung

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The frigate mackerel belongs to the tuna family, like the bonito, it is also called "false bonito".
It can grow up to 50 cm long and weigh 1.5 kg.
If it does not reach 600 g, it is called "Canutera".

The fillets of the frigate mackerel "Canutera" are light pink in color and have a delicate taste. They look like small canutillos (culms), which earned them the name Melva Canutera.

The manual peeling guarantees its natural taste. The olive oil used as the covering liquid provides the oleic acid. The combination of both results in a food that is extremely beneficial to health.

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Tarifa preserves contain the finest pieces of the best wild bluefin tuna of the Strait: morrillo, with an intense flavor; Tarantelo, with a perfect balance and Ventresca, with a mild intensity.

Ingredients & Allergens

Ingredients: Canutera Frigate Mackerel (Auxis Rochei - Auxis Thazard), Olive Oil, Salt.

nutritional values

Nutritional information per 100g

⁕ Calories: 747.70 kj / 177.90 kcal
⁕ Fat: 6.70 g
⁕ Of which saturated fatty acids: 1.10 g
⁕ Carbohydrates: < 0.10 g
⁕ Of which sugar: <0.10 g
⁕ Egg white: 29.40 g
⁕ Salt: 1.12 g


Conservera de Tarifa is the artisan canned fish brand that preserves the essence of the original tradition of Tarifa fish canning. In the factory, the preserves are made with a rigorous selection of raw materials and artisanal processing by the workers. The care and attention to detail in the manufacture is an art that has been passed down from generation to generation.
We offer you a very careful production whose only ingredients are a very selected raw material, the coating of the olive oil and the love for its manual processing. That's all. Quality jams, handcrafted to satisfy even the most demanding palates.

Manufacturer: Conservera de Tarifa, C/ La Chanca 11 CP 11380 Tarifa, Cadiz, Spain


Fishing method: Almadrabeta

The Almadrabeta (the small Almadraba), with a system very similar to that of tuna fishing, selectively catches the fish that go to the designated area, thanks to the spread nets that lead the fish to the boats.

Almadraba is both a fishing facility and a traditional way of tuna fishing in Spain. The Arabic word مضربة / maḍraba originally means "place where is struck". Fishing techniques have changed little over the past thousand years. For this, the fishermen use gillnets, which are attached to the bottom of the sea with anchors and act as a fish fence. Season for the almadraba is spring, especially the months of April and May.

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Where do you ship to?

Delivery is currently only in Germany and Austria.

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How long does it take until I receive my order?

That depends on where you are. Orders to Germany take 3 to 5 working days to arrive. Delivery details will be provided in your confirmation email.

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