All Bumble Bee® SuperFresh™ seafood is sourced from fisheries that meet our highest standards and is prepared in the USA.
SAN DIEGO (December 10, 2013) – Leading North America seafood company Bumble Bee Seafoods has announced the acquisition of high-quality frozen tuna company, Anova Food, LLC. Headquartered in Tampa, Fla., Anova Food is a leader in the global sourcing of wild-caught and farmed-raised fin fish, supplying high-quality frozen tuna and other fish to multi-unit restaurant chains, food retailers, distributors and value-added processors. Terms of the transaction have not been disclosed.
All of the Bumble Bee SuperFresh™ seafood is sourced from fisheries that meet the highest standards, with certification from strict third party monitors such as Best Aquaculture Practice (BAP), Global GAP (GAP), and the Aquaculture Stewardship Council (ASC).
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When Bumble Bee® recently asked me if I’d be interested in trying out their new line of frozen fish with readymade sauces, I was a little hesitant. But then I checked out their web site and I liked what I saw! This wasn’t the Bumble Bee® that I was familiar with at all: this fish is fresh frozen (just like the fish I buy all the time) within hours of being harvested and the sauces are simple and straightforward without any artificial flavors or preservatives. They range from 130 to 230 calories per serving, depending on which variety you choose.Bumble Bee white tuna in water was the tuna fish that I was brought up on and had no idea the company branched out into frozen fresh seafood. I was anxious to try their offerings because this is a brand that I already had confidence in. And then I also learned the following:So I was surprised to recently learn that Bumble Bee hasn’t just been sitting on their canned tuna laurels. Nope. They’ve been busy putting together a new line of premium fresh frozen fish and seafood called ! Intrigued?I love food, but I don’t love to spend time making it. When I learned about the line from Bumble Bee, I figured it was worth a shot to see how easily their line of frozen fish fit into my daily routine.