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ISO Tonnino brand fish products

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Anyone know where I can find this brand in Montreal? It's packed in glass jars if that helps jog any memories. Thanks. :)

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  1. What country is it made in? That would help narrow it down.

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    1. re: williej

      Looks like it's from Costa Rica.

      http://www.tonnino.com
      http://www.alimentosprosalud.com

      1. re: SnackHappy

        I'm under the impression it's Italian because of a)the name and b)the fact that I purchase it online from an italian products seller. This doesn't necessarily mean it's Italian, tho. And it doesn't seem like it's gonna be available in Montreal so I'll keep ordering it online - shipping is just pricey, damnit. For what it's worth it is by far the best canned/jarred tuna I've ever eaten.

        Here's a link to it (on Amazon): http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B004...

        1. re: montrealeater

          What does it say on the package? The web site only mentions "Itailan-style" and nothing else.

          I wonder how it compares to other ventresca. I've only ever had Spanish ventresca. In fact I have a can in my pantry that due to be opened,

          1. re: montrealeater

            Milano has a bunch of different brands of jarred tuna. Not sure if that's one of them.