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What are the nutritional benefits of salmon?
An excellent source of protein, our Wild Red Canned Salmon is high in omega-3 fatty acids. It contains all the essential amino acids, as well as B-complex vitamins like niacin and riboflavin.
 
According to the Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute (ASMI), “Alaska canned salmon is rich in selenium, vitamin E, zinc and low-fat protein, all noted for strengthening immune systems.” They also note “the delicate, edible bones present in Alaska canned salmon are good to eat and high in bone-building vitamin D, calcium, magnesium and phosphorus.”
 
Each 53gm (1.89 oz) serving of our Wild Red Traditional Style (with skin and bones) canned salmon contains 85 calories, including 35 calories from fat, which represents about 6% of the Daily Value for fat intake, based on a 2,000 calorie diet. There are 4gm of total fat per 53 gm serving, 1gm of saturated fat, and 804mg of omega-3s. 
 
Each 53gm (1.89 oz) serving of our Wild Red Skinless-Boneless canned salmon contains 70 calories, including 30 calories from fat, which represents about 6% of the Daily Value for fat intake, based on a 2,000 calorie diet. There are 4gm of total fat per 53 gm serving, 1gm of saturated fat, and 654mg of omega-3s.
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