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2017-04-17 06:00

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Breakfast getting a little boring? Start your day on the right foot with a power scramble – egg whites, tuna and avo – that’s low on effort but high on taste and goodness.

What about a new take on the classic tuna mayo? All you need is a dollop of double-cream yoghurt, a can of butter beans (another pantry essential) and a can of tuna.

Add some olive oil, parsley and seasoning and spread on toast, blend and serve as a dip for crackers or crudités, or simply devour straight from the bowl.

Looking for a light pasta dish that you can throw together in less than 10 minutes? Toss together spiralised baby marrow, tuna, pesto and pan-fried tomatoes… voilá, dinner is served.

Did you know: Woolies is the only retailer in SA to launch MSC Certified pole- and line-caught canned tuna certified by the Marine Stewardship Council, an independent, leading global certification and eco-labelling programme for sustainably caught fish. Now you do! Watch and see how Woolies’ tuna is caught. Learn more about Woolworths’ Good Business Journey – which is celebrating its 10th anniversary this year!

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