In Japan, the term tuna Saku means tuna cut into the block, and this kind of product is usually used in many sushi bars, it is commonly served as maguro. is both preferred by Japanese chefs for sashimi due to the uniformity. They are also used for other sliced presentations.
Tuna Saku Nutrition
|Avg. per serving:||Avg. per 100g:|
|Fat – Total||>1g||>1g|
|Fat – Saturated||>1g||>1g|
|Weight Per Pack||2kg & More available|
|Usage/Application||Hotels & Restaurants|
|shelf life||1 year|
|Use||Sushi & Sashimi|
|Minimum Order Quantity out State||20 Kilogram|
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