Taste test: I discovered this new type of tuna package while checking out some of the envelopes of tuna, and although it was quite different from those, it was also quite different from a traditional can of tuna. The tuna was enclosed in a foil-sealed plastic cup, with a plastic cover on top that included a folded green plastic fork (really a borderline spork).
I unfolded the fork and dug in to find that the tuna was fairly moist and tasted mostly like regular tuna, with less of the "Infusions" of spices that I expected based on the package. I could barely notice the basil. Still, it was good tuna.
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Smell test: Definitely some basil, not the usual tuna smell at all.
From the package: “Important: Refrigerate after opening and eat within two days. Refrigeration not required for unopened cup.” ... “Although care is taken when preparing fish, some bones may remain.” ... “Tuna infused with extra virgin olive oil, herbs & spices” ... “Ingredients: Skipjack Tuna, Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Water, Sweet Basil, Salt, Basil Flavor (Contains Coconut), Guar Gum” ... “Product of Thailand”
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Company: Chicken of the Sea International
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This snack was discovered by Jeremy at Target. Review published .
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