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Is bluefin tuna more expensive than yellowfin?

Asked: Birthe-Marie Byriel, Date Created:

Bluefin tuna is the luxury tuna. It is deep red and most often prepared as high-end sashimi or seared. It is the most expensive tuna and less common than yellowfin tuna.

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