pacific bluefin tuna

baja aqua-farms bluefin tuna

• sashimi-grade tuna
• sustainably farmed
• traceable

photo courtesy of Prime Time Seafood

photo courtesy of Prime Time Seafood

Thunnus Orientalis

Northern Bluefin, Kuro Maguro

Year Round

Baja California, Mexico

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Used exclusively in sashimi or sushi preparations, the fresh clean taste of sashimi quality red meat and the buttery taste and texture of the toro portions of the loin make this tuna one of the ultimate seafood experiences.  Can be cooked or smoked for phenomenal results as well.

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photo courtesy of Prime Time Seafood

photo courtesy of Prime Time Seafood

about baja aqua farms bluefin tuna

Ranched in the pristine waters of Baja, California, the "King of Seafood" is a light to medium fat, extra fancy, sashimi-grade tuna. Mexican farmed Bluefin is known for both excellent shelf-life of both its "akami" (red color meat) with "abura" (marbled fat). It has a wonderful combination of bright, red akami and buttery, mouth-watering o-toro and chu-toro and is much less expensive than alternative sources. Often found in the the Northern Pacific, this species of tuna ranges from Eastern Asia to the West coast of North America and as far south as the tropics. This meat can differentiate in color from deep, rosy-red to light pink, depending on its fat content. 


Our Bluefin Tuna is sourced from Baja Aqua-Farms, who are committed to the long term sustainability of Pacific Bluefin Tuna. They take pride in responsible fishing and adhere to comprehensive local and global legislations; ensuring the protection of the species for future generations.

As a progressive company, they are also committed to ensuring all divisions of their business operations are environmentally sustainable. Sustainability in farming practices, ensures traceability of fish from capture, farming to final consumer a guaranteed product. They have initiated global practices to implement sustainable quotas and stricter fishery management controls. Their stance remains that all fishing should be subject to quota, based on the scientific assessment of maximum annual yield.