StarKist Still Says "Sorry, Charlie"
I've been reading complaints about the inferior quality of solid white canned tuna fish, and lately I've been noticing the same thing. So last night when I opened four cans of StarKist solid white tuna in water, I was a little worried about what would be inside. I was pleasantly surprised to see that all four cans actually contained solid white, non-mushy tuna, and no bones! Also, it didn't have an overly fishy smell and tasted great.
I was a little disappointed that the cans have been reduced from six ounces to five ounces, but the quality of the tuna more than made up for the difference.
I've been using StarKist for years because of all the major brands it was the one with the most consistent quality, and also the only one with no bones. I realize the bones are harmless, but if given a choice, I'd rather have my tuna bone free.
After all these years, it's nice to know that StarKist is still rejecting Charlie, the tuna with good taste, for the tuna that tastes good! Sorry, Charlie.