The term "tuna" ultimately derives from Thunnus, the Middle Latin form of the Ancient Greek: (thýnnos), lit. 'tunny-fish' – which is in turn derived from (thýnō), "rush, dart along". SHOW MORE
Canned tuna was first produced in Australia in 1903 and quickly became popular. Tuna is canned in edible oils, in brine, in water, and in various sauces. Tuna may be processed and labeled as "solid, "chunked", or "flaked". It is a rich source of phosphorus and vitamin D and a moderate source of iron.
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