#FoodPH - Found A New Favorite with Gold Seas Tuna Chunks!

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Convincing the entire family to eat healthy is always a major challenge for most people especially moms.  Somehow, family members, particularly kids, perceive healthy food as unpalatable fare. As a result, moms have to coax, maneuver, distract or plead with their kids to ensure that they eat as much they can. Fortunately, hardworking mothers now have a mouthwatering healthy meal option that they can serve up during mealtimes with the new Gold Seas Tuna Chunks.



with brand ambassadors Toni Gonzaga and Paul Soriano.

 Unlike other products in the market, Gold Seas Tuna Chunks offers gourmet flavors that appeal to even the pickiest of eaters.  These savory variants include Tuna Chunks in Olive Oil, Olive Oil with Chili, Springwater, Tuna Chunks in Herb and Garlic, Lemon and Pepper and Mild Indian Curry.  What’s more, oil and water-based variants use premium Yellowfin tuna. 

My favorite among the 6 variants, Chunks in Herbs and Garlic.

Aside from this, moms and kids alike will enjoy Gold Seas Tuna Chunks’ pure, wholesome, healthy, chunky goodness because it is made from meatier tuna loin or chunks. It is rich in Omega 3, packed with lean protein and has lesser oil content and more meat compared to other canned tuna brands.  

A product of General Nutrifoods Philippines, Inc., Gold Seas Tuna Chunks undergo a strict canning process and is packed in lithograph cans to ensure that it is as tasty as it looks. The world-class tuna product only uses responsibly caught tuna to help preserve marine life for future generations. 


The brand was launched at the Blue Leaf Pavilion at McKinley Hill in Bonifacio Global City, through the help of celebrity couple Toni Gonzaga and Paul Soriano, who epitomizes the wholesome goodness of Gold Seas Tuna Chunks and have recently entered a new life stage as parents. Akin to its celebrity endorsers Toni and Paul, Gold Seas Tuna Chunks believes in the importance of extending as much love and care to family by not compromising when it comes to the family’s overall health and well-being.  

Chef Rosebud Benitez sharing some easy to do recipes with Gold Seas Tuna Chunks

Kat Maderazo, the Bento Queen, shares some cool and hip ways of preparing a bento box with Gold Seas Tuna Chunks

Toni Gonzaga and Paul Soriano sharing to us why they love Gold Seas Tuna Chunks

Attended by VIPs, business partners, members of the media, and bloggers, the event was highlighted with a cooking segment by renowned Chef Rosebud Benitez who demonstrated the versatility of tuna as the primary ingredient in gourmet cooking.  Japanese-certified bento box maker Kat Maderazo taught participants how to make kid-friendly bento lunches using Gold Seas Tuna Chunks.  While TV hosts Paolo Abrera and Suzi Entrata-Abrera served as event hosts.  The occasion was capped with the reveal of the brand’s first TV commercial and a Q&A with endorsers Toni and Paul.

Nice seeing my blockmate from college Kristine Delos Santos.
Congratulations on the successful launch!

Gold Seas Tuna Chunks is available in all leading supermarkets, groceries and convenience stores and are offered in 90g (solo) and 185g (sharing) variants. For more information you may follow them on their social media accounts @goldseastunachunks on Facebook and on Instagram.

Gold Seas Tuna Chunks
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