Has there ever been Dolphin listed as an ingredient in Tuna Cans??

  1. writerjrose profile image78
    writerjroseposted 3 years ago

    Has there ever been Dolphin listed as an ingredient in Tuna Cans??

    A long time ago, the methods that fishermen would use to catch schools of tuna would injure/kill dolphins, because dolphins were easier to spot and usually swam with the tuna, when the tuna was caught, dolphins would get caught in the process, which is why a 'dolphin friendly' concept was imposed and now all tuna cans have that label on it.

    The argument is, prior to the 'dolphin friendly' labeling when dolphin meat intertwined itself with the tuna, did the ingredients on the tuna can include dolphin?

    Have you ever seen dolphin listed as an ingredient on a tuna can?
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  2. lisavollrath profile image96
    lisavollrathposted 3 years ago

    Although dolphins might have been caught in the nets, it's a long way from there to the can of tuna on your grocery store shelf. The chances that dolphins made it through the sorting, cooking, and packing process are very slim. So, no, dolphins were probably not listed as ingredients, because they weren't actually cooked and canned with the tuna.

 
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