Exactly like what pours from your tap
To get that little extra dose of proteins
Yep, similar to what you find in your grandad’s coffee, this not-so-secret ingredient helps maintain its juicy, irresistible consistency
A special blend of fruit fibers that delivers a velvety texture
Natural fibers from the Indian plantain, for a top-notch product and texture!
For that rich, luscious, and mouth-watering texture
Comes from algaes, for a silky, jelly texture that’s a treat for your tastebuds
Sourced from its root, it keeps our recipe perfectly balanced and consistently delicious
A unique blend of ingredients for a tastebud-tingling punch
Delivering all the brain-boosting, heart-healthy Omega-3s that fish do
*Algae is part of our DNA, and while we don't have as much as we would want in our product at the moment, we collaborating with a bunch of people, start-ups, and researchers in Europe to leverage the maximum benefits of this beautiful resource.
To keep our TunaliciOus fresh and flaky
Apple extract and lycopen from tomato
At OLALA!, we stick to natural colorants extracted from vegetables. This time, it's from tomatoes and apples!
Seasoned by the chefs, salted by the sea
Locust bean gum
Extracted from the carob tree seeds, it's natural and enhances the texture of TunaliciOus
how it's made
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