Making a difference starts with making a change. By simply

reducing your fish intake, you can have an impact on Our World’s Oceans.

Our goal is to save 1,000,000 fish by 2023. By swapping 1 can of tuna for TUNO, you can help us achieve this goal!

Fans of TUNO have already saved over 300,000 fish!

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Delicious and Nutritious with TUNO


Lemon Pepper TUNO Canapes

This TUNO Canape is one truly delicious appetiser which you can pull off in under 10 minutes. Reminiscent of a classic tuna salad canape, this vegan version uses perfectly balanced, pre-seasoned Loma Linda’s Lemon Pepper TUNO. Making healthy appetisers has never been easier!

TUNO Green Olive and Dill Tuna Salad

This hearty plant-based sandwhich will make your heart melt with deliciousness. Made with Spring Water TUNO, this sandwhich is sure to leave you wanting more!


The Spring Water TUNO Melt

Get creative with Loma Linda’s Vegan TUNO and whip up a batch of this delicious salad in minutes. For a perfect lunch, pair it up with some greens and make lettuce wraps or stuff it in a pita and call it a party!

In the News with TUNO

Atlantic Natural Foods Chairman Applauds "Seaspiracy," Urges World to Protect Our Oceans

“As leaders in all areas of the seafood industry for more than 40 years, we—industry veteran Mike Easterbrook, our partner in the U.K. and EU and I—have witnessed more than most in today’s seafood world.”

Loma Linda Pledges to
Save 1
Million Fish
by 2023

“Global plant-based food brand Loma Linda has launched a commitment to save 1 million fish from the world’s oceans by 2023 as it urges people to reduce tuna in their diets and go plant-based instead.”

He Was a Top Exec at Bumble Bee Tuna. Now He Makes a Plant-Based Seafood Alternative Instead.

“I could no longer be involved,” Doug Hines, longtime seafood industry insider turned TUNO founder, says.

“It was impossible to see a sustainable future.”

Making small changes to eating routines will help to save our oceans

When it comes to making big changes, it really is true that many small wins make for greater success.

This couldn’t apply more to a situation that is one of the biggest issues facing the world – its oceans.


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