TUNA pâté


High-quality spread. Creamy and easy to use in the practical tube container, it enhances snacks and sandwiches for the younger ones, and adds flavour and colour to appetizers, sandwiches and finger foods.

pack of 100 gr

average nutrional values for 100 grams of product

Energy: 221 kcal

Energy 221 kcal
920 kJ
221 kcal
17 gr
of which saturated
1.9 gr
5.1 gr
of which sugar
0 gr
0 gr
12 gr
1.4 gr
equivalent to
  • 1h 03
  • 0h 23
  • 0h 26
  • 0h 31
  • 1h 25
  • 0h 31
  • 0h 36
  • 0h 41
Estimated values ​​for women (55 kg) and men (75 kg)


Yellowfin tuna (Thunnus albacares) 40%, water, sunflower seed oil, rice starch, potatoes, salt, double tomato concentrate, wine vinegar, aroma


WHEREIn the non-overexploited areas of the Oceans

Excluding marine reserves or areas designated to become so.

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SPECIESOnly mature yellowfin tuna

Yellowfin Tuna (Thunnus albacares) weighing at least 20 kg or spanning 1 metre in length, a size that ensures reproduction and preservation of the species.

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FISHING METHOD100% sustainable, with purse seines on free schools

Fished with purse seines on free schools, the most selective method with the lowest impact, together with pole & line fishing, to capture this species.

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PROCESSING100% in Italy, at the Olbia plant

Processed with passion and with artisanal care, from the entire fish to packaging, all in the same day at our plant in Olbia, Sardinia.

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the sustainability of our products is certified

Friend of the Sea was created with the goal of preserving and protecting the marine habitat, which it promotes through the certification and promotion of products arising from fishing activities as well as from sustainable aquaculture. A virtuous pathway that follows the FAO guidelines and that comprises the application of highly rigorous and selective certification criteria. The assessments made by Friend of the Sea are conducted in the production companies by independent certification bodies, verified by Accredia such as DNV and RINA, and on board the vessels by independent observers.

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