Mollusks are invertebrate animals with a soft body and a protective shell. They live in the ocean attached to rocks or buried in the sand, like in the case of razor clams and clams. They feed on plankton, an aquatic microorganism, by filtering the seawater. They normally live in regions with temperate climates, as these are the areas where they survive and grow best.
Bivalve mollusks are very important to food culture and gastronomy.
These bivalve mollusks are a type of scallop also known as zamburiñas. They feed on plankton by filtering the seawater. Their small size gives them a better taste and texture.
This raw ingredient is served in a scallop sauce, inspired by a very traditional Galician shellfish recipe.
Our salads are canned with 25% tuna and a variety of top-quality vegetables. This combination of ingredients provides a mixture of flavors that makes them unique and very balanced products that will satisfy even the most demanding taste buds. They are practical salads that you can take anywhere, ready to serve and enjoy.
The salad in light mayonnaise sauce adds a touch of freshness to a classic Spanish recipe. Its mix of potatoes, vegetables, and oily fish make it the ideal combination of flavors to enjoy anytime.
The California salad is made using the best vegetables, accompanied by a succulent serving of tuna. Corn adds the characteristic sweetness to the salad.
Only the best garden vegetables are used in our Mediterranean salad. When combined with tuna, the result is a perfect combination of Mediterranean flavors, all in one can. These three combinations carefully balance vegetable garden flavors with the intense marine saltiness added by the tuna.