SuperFrozen Bluefin Tuna Loin
Frozen naturally, to be enjoyed the day you please, promising perfect freshness as though it were caught only moments before your meal.
Special freezing technique preserves our Bluefin Tuna Loin, keeping it as fresh as the day it was caught from the ocean. In fact, because our natural preservation technique results in absolutely zero loss of freshness from the sea to your home , many connoisseurs consider the taste, and texture of our SuperFrozen fish to be not only equal, but superior, to that of fish that has never been naturally SuperFrozen. Our quality is always Grade #1. No gases or unnatural techniques are used in our freezing process. And thawing only requires that you run cool water over the package.
Fresh Farmed Bluefin Tuna Loin
Guaranteed to be fresh, raw, never frozen, and absolutely incredible.
If you intend to cook or serve raw your Bluefin Tuna Loin the day it arrives at your home or restaurant, you will love this Fresh Farmed variety. To preserve your Tuna Loin in the freezer, select our SuperFrozen variety above. If you are wondering about the difference in taste: Many connoisseurs insist that Fresh Farmed is the best, while others swear by our SuperFrozen variety, and claim it has the superior taste and texture.
Available throughout the year, but requires pre-order.
Farmed or Wild?
All our tuna are farmed, including Bluefin tuna (from Spain and Australia. We don’t use Mexico bluefin as they are lower quality).
How is it processed and packed?
Fresh Bluefin Loin orders are inititially put into system as preorder. Each morning, fresh bluefin loin is selected for the orders. Once the loin is graded and quality assured, the delivery date is set.
SuperFrozen Bluefin Loin are cut to size, vacuum packed. Special cutter is used to slice and trim off large sinew
What is SuperFrozen?
Super freezing is a process that stops the natural decay that begins when the fish is caught. This process begins at sea, where fishing boats are specifically fitted with specialized freezers that store a catch immediately after the fish has been gutted and the gills have been removed. The fish then remain in these freezers during transport to kitchens in and beyond Japan. When it is defrosted, the fish revives to exactly the moment it was frozen. SuperFrozen tunas are all-natural tuna with no preservatives, and ensures the highest quality of freshness.
Superfrozen tuna is kept fresher than fresh quality while in super freezers kept at -76°F. Once it’s stored in conventional freezers (at -4°F), we recommend that it’s consumed within 7 days.
How do I thaw?
Thawing instruction is included with your order. Please make sure to follow the thawing direction for optimal result.
How long will it keep?
We recommend that you enjoy your Super Frozen tuna within 2 days of receiving it. For optimal taste it is best to be consumed within 24 hours after defrosting. If you are not planning to enjoy your product immediately, be sure to put it in the freezer straightaway. Keeping the product for more than 2 weeks will cause the color to change, as we do not use preservative and home freezers are significantly warmer than then temperature SuperFrozen tunas are kept in.
How is it processed and packed?
Fresh Bluefin Loin are sliced to size, and sealed in the only FDA approved air permeable bag for fresh fish. SuperFrozen Bluefin loin are cut to size, vacuum packed. We ship in customized insulation material with gelpack for fresh and a 3 lb-5lb block of dry ice in each delivery of frozen product depending on the weight of the fish.
How is it shipped?
All our product are sent via FedEx overnight shipping in custom made boxes with specially designed liners to keep the inner temperature intact for frozen or fresh environment. We insert temperature strips with each package so our customers will be assured of no temperature spiking to unhealthy zone to ensure HACCP adherence.
Is it one large piece or small pieces?
Superfrozen Bluefin Tuna is cut in 1lb piece. Fresh Bluefin can be cut in 1lb increments or 1 large piece. Please indicate it at the checkout page in the instruction area.