Canned tuna label advocates for healthy lifestyle

San Marino Corned Tuna, which revolutionized healthy and delicious meals, advocates for healthy lifestyle and more family bonding among millennial families.

Food manufacturing firm Foodsphere Inc. introduced the product in the market in September 2009 based on a thorough understanding of the needs of the Filipino consumers, achieved through stringent research, consumer insights gathering, and analytical R&D works.

The product is described by consumers as a reasonably priced canned tuna because of its healthy and delicious taste that one can get within arm’s reach.

San Marino Corned Tuna has the delicious taste of corned beef but is healthier because it is made of tuna, has less oil, and rich in Omega 3.
Brenda V. Miranda, vice president for marketing of Foodsphere, Inc., says more and more millennial moms now put great importance to their family’s health and wellness. “A healthy diet is part of their habit—a lifestyle for them,” she says. 

Miranda says eating healthy is important among millennial moms because they want to live longer to take care of their family and spend more time with them.

San Marino Corned Tuna has the delicious taste of corned beef combined with the health benefits of tuna. It has less oil, contains lots of tuna, and is rich in Omega 3.

Miranda says any San Marino Corned Tuna meal is easy to prepare as it goes well with rice, bread, pasta and vegetables.

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