Bumblebee tuna did a survey of 200 Colorado working women and found 51 percent skip lunch at least once a week. Of those, 72 percent said they don't eat because they're too busy or have no time to prepare it.

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So, 20 years and some major technology later, Bumblebee has licked the problem. They've put the mayo in the can with the tuna. It's all mixed up, drained and ready to go. They've even packaged it with the crackers and a spoon in a pop-top can (retails around $1.39).Because processing requires some additional mayo ingredients, the taste is different from your make-at-home tuna salad. But then if you had time for that, this wouldn't be an issue.

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