Sea Salt Vegan Toona

6 oz can

Retail Price: $5.29


Our Price: $3.95 (Save 25%)

6 oz can

Why You’ll Love It

Vegan eaters can enjoy the fresh taste of the sea, too! Plant-based Toona by Sophie’s Kitchen is the perfect fish-free alternative to conventional canned tuna. Non-GMO, all-natural ingredients like Konjac root (an ancient Asian superfood), pea protein, agave, sea salt, and spices lend this veganized tuna a flavor and texture that works beautifully in tuna salads, casseroles, sandwiches, and more. Even better: Great-tasting toona is an excellent source of protein and fiber (100 grams provides 12 percent of your recommended daily value!).
SKU: 851110003258

About This Brand

It’s not a paradox – Sophie’s Kitchen is a revolution in ready-to-eat, vegan / vegetarian plant-based food products! The current dependence on dwindling foods from the sea concerns us! We’ve taken Elephant Yam Root (Konjac, Amorphophallus konjac, pronounced Koun-jaek), that has been used across Asia for centuries, as the base for our products. The Japanese have traditionally used Konjac as a health food with a high source of fiber, and contains very few calories. We use traditional land and sea plants (such as highly nutritious seaweed) as the foundation of our philosophy and our products! We created our products as a seafood alternative – a delicious and sustainable alternative to seafood from the ocean! Children (like our Sophie) of all ages enjoy the unique flavors of the ocean without being tempted to eat precious fishes!
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Ingredients

Pea Protein, Pea Starch, Water, Olive Oil, Potato Starch, Sea Salt, Seaweed Powder, Organic Agave Nectar, Organic Apple Cider Vinegar, Konjac Powder, Ginger.


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Serving Size 1 (56g or 1oz) drained Servings Per Container About 3

Amount Per Serving

Calories 100 Calories from Fat 50

% Daily Value*
Total Fat 5g 8%
Saturated Fat .5g 3%
Cholesterol 0mg 0%
Sodium 330mg 14%
Total Carbohydrate 5g 2%
Dietary Fiber 3g 12%
Sugars 1g
Protein 9g 18%

Vitamin A 0%
Vitamin C 0%
Calcium 4%
Iron 4%

Reviews For Sea Salt Vegan Toona

Based on 3 Reviews

Tastes Like Tuna

It actually has that 'tuna taste' that I've missed. I use red onions and mayo and some tasty gluten free bread and I'm happy. The husband loves it too!

- Madeleine

Fantastic Product

I was reluctant to buy this at first becauase I am sensitive to metals and therefore avoid canned food. But as it looked like something I'd really enjoy, I wrote to the manufacturer and asked them if they would consider packaging it in bpa plastic someday rather than a metal can. They wrote back to me and told me that the inside of the can is lined with bpa plastic already! So no worries about metals getting into the food! After all that I ordered some to try and I love it!!! To me it tastes like a substitute for ground pork (something I'm used to as a Chinese person). I love it with rice and veggies. But it's also tasty on crackers with mayo and I'm sure in a million other recipes. It's made with excellent ingredients, all of which are fine for my super sensitive digestive system. I'm very impressed with this product and am going to add several more cans to my next order.

- Sharon

I wanted to like it.

When I opened the can, I was surprised to see a dark form that looked like canned cat food. I tried adding all the things I would have added to tuna salad and could not get it to taste good. There was nothing about it that reminded me of tuna.

I was expecting something like the look and texture of Gardein's Fishless Filet that I love. So sad.

- Kim

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