USA: Latest innovations from canned tuna companies intended to invigorate industry
To revitalize an industry more than 100 years old, canned tuna companies may have found the secret -- change the way we perceive and eat tuna. At stake are annual sales of over $1.3 billion. Chicken of the Sea International's latest innovation may change the way consumers enjoy an American standard -- tuna salad. The Tuna Salad Kit, unveiled today by the San Diego-based company, comes months after Starkist introduced tuna in a vacuum-sealed pouch.
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