“Mexican” Tuna Salad Petit Navire


“Mexican” Tuna Salad Petit Navire

220 g

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“Mexican” Tuna Salad Petit Navire

220 g

Tender pieces of tuna at the heart of a gourmet recipe composed of red beans, corn, tomatoes, onions and peppers, seasoned with a sauce with sweet notes of spices.

In 1932, Paul-Édouard Paulet (born in 1897), director of the Crédit Nantais de Douarnenez, reconverted by buying a factory Hyacinthe Parmentier in default of payment and chose the new name of “Small Ship” . The logo of the new brand is chosen: a sailboat sardine boat sailing under gulls.

In 1935, Paul Paulet set up a quality charter and the redistribution to employees of the profits of the company in the form of participation.

The same year, he opened factories in Ile-d’Yeu and Saint-Jean-de-Luz to be closer to the fishing ports. Paul Paulet invented the “fryer” or frying ready to work, to cook sardines, prevent fermentation and allow consistent production throughout the year.

Additional information

Weight 270 g

Red beans (24%), tuna (24%), red peppers (15%), corn (14%), onions, water, rapeseed oil, salt, tomato paste, spices, sambal oelek (chilli, tomato puree) , water, salt, peppers, alcohol vinegar), alcohol vinegar, concentrated lemon juice, processed corn starch, garlic, sugar, thickener: guar gum, coriander.


Allergens : Fish


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