Starkist, Bumble Bee, Etc Informative - Descending Quality Of Tuna's Con I tency

Review by bonnie923 on 2008-12-29
I am 62 yrs old, and have been making tuna recipes for probably 40 of those years. I finally am so disgusted that I have to write and ask you WHY your canned tuna has evolved into such 'mush'. For awhile, I was getting tuna that was supposedly 'chunkier', but now, no matter how I drain it, and how little mayo I add, and how carefully and how little I mix it, it is like eating liquidy oatmeal. I no longer make casseroles, and rarely enjoy a tuna sandwich.

I have seen comments dating back to 2002 (!!) regarding the size and quality of tuna.... How many complaints does it take (if there is a magic number) for these companies to listen to us??!!
Comments:2 Replies - Latest reply on 2008-12-30
Posted by Anonymous on 2008-12-29:
I've said it before.... once they all went "dolphin free" the chunks disappeared. Coincidence?
Posted by Arlene on 2008-12-30:
We started buying tuna in the pouches...easier to store, open and use...its great in casseroles and you don't have to drain it. Give it a try...

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