Mackerel in Olive Oil

Sole Mare

Mackerel Fillets

In Olive Oil

 

Sole Mare Mackerel Fillets are a healthy meal or snack combined with natural ingredients.

 

Sole Mare supports sustainable fishing and fair work practices.

Our mackerel is fished in designated sustainable zones in the Atlantic and Mediterranean and is 100% tracable

 

Mackerel in Olive Oil
Size 125g
$3.00
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Sole Mare


Sole Mare

For more than 20 years, Sole Mare has been one of Australia’s leading brands of canned tuna, presenting high quality products in the Mediterranean tradition but with the advanced production technology and exciting product innovation from the world-leading experts of quality canned tuna in Thailand.  The core range of tuna products is based on traditional Mediterranean recipes, using only the highest quality olive oil in the oil-based varieties, however Sole Mare importantly pioneered the meal-in-a-can concept for tuna in Australia, focusing on combining great tuna with satisfying chunks of real, natural ingredients like beans, capsicums, peas, pasta, rice and so on.

 

 

The Sole Mare brand is a 100% Australian owned brand that is steeped in European heritage and artisan tradition. While using only tuna that produces a juicy, pink flesh in the can, Sole Mare demonstrates care with its selection of suppliers, ensuring that it’s catch species and catch area are known, that the catch is certified dolphin safe, and that there is little wastage at the source of production. Sole Mare tuna is ideal for those who love genuine flavours and are not prepared to accept compromise in terms of quality. We believe it is Australia’s best dressed tuna.

 

 

Did you know?

  • The world record for the most expensive tuna sold is a Bluefin tuna that net a price of £475,234 (US$736,000)
  • Tuna needs to move a body length per second in order to process oxygen to survive
  • Tuna physical composition is determined by spreading and pressing the meat in a ½ inch mesh screen. If more than 50% didn’t pass through the mesh it qualify as chunk style. If more than 50% pass through the mesh it is considered as flake style. If all tuna meat goes through the mesh its grated or shredded style