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Explanation: Canned & Jarred Seafood: Crown Prince N/A, review Deep Cove ...
DC99140 Case of 48 4.23-ounce pouches of tuna (total of 203.04 ounces). Deep Cove Chunk Light Meat Tuna in Water, 4.23-Ounce Pouches (Pack of 48) (DC99140) ...
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Know Your Tuna: Product Primer
The best brands of oil-packed tuna are meaty and rich. ... Vacuum pouches don't need draining. Many consumers think they have less of a fishy taste than ... www.palmbeachdailynews.com/news/content/news/food/tuna0902.... - 28k - Cached - Similar pages
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Jana Brands has worked hard to develop a new and innovative process to vacuum pack tuna into easy to use and environmentally friendly airtight pouches for ... www.us-asean.org/us-thai-fta/Jana.doc - Similar pages
Tuna: In a Can or in a Pouch? | Seattle | Yelp
10 Dec 2007 ... Can, the pouch kind sort of freaks me out. I've had it, and it was okay, but I'm a traditionalist. I like the tuna packed in water from ... www.yelp.com/topic/seattle-tuna-in-a-can-or-in-a-pouch - 49k - Cached - Similar pages
Ecuador has practically disappeared as a canned tuna supplier to the US market. While pouch packed tuna from Ecuador can enter the US market duty free, ... www.globefish.org/index.php?id=4253 - 33k - Cached - Similar pages
Explanation: I've seen them on sale here: they're the same bags/sachets used to sell premium pet foods. I'd be inclined to think that a "confezione di tonno" would be a normal tin, unless specifically stated otherwise.
I'm not sure if "sachet" is the accepted term or if they're called something else - cerrtainly it seems to be used for cat food!