I picked up a bag of Alpine Aire’s Tuna Salad kit online at Amazon: AlpineAire Foods Alpine Tuna Salad with Crackers.
It doesn’t show on Alpine Aire’s website though.
The Tuna Salad kit is a no cook meal, very simple to prepare as well. Simply add 1/2 cup cool water and let sit for at least 15 minutes. In most cases these “salads” do best with a 20 to 30 minutes sitting time. The meal comes with 8 pilot biscuits as well. As a pleasant surprise only one biscuit was broken – that was nice.
The water absorbed right in, though the peppers were still a wee bit crunchy after 15 minutes – which did add a nice texture. The salad itself was light tasting. Often if you take a tuna pouch and add in mayo/seasonings it can be way too heavy in your stomach if you have to start uphill right after.
I really liked this meal and as a bonus, the sodium is quite low for a commercial meal so it can be eaten as a one personal meal (which it really is, for two people you will need extra stuff like cheese and fruit with it).