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Meal Prep

12 Ways to Packet Up This Summer

Summer weather has a way of bringing out the adventurer in all of us. Think of our tuna and salmon packets as sidekicks for all your summer escapades. With flavors ranging from creamy dill tuna to smoky maple salmon, there’s a taste for every adventure.


Tuna Fish

In this guide, we describe the seven main species in the commercial tuna market. They vary dramatically in size, features, taste, and texture. But all provide significant nutrition and health benefits.


Types Of Tuna

Tuna is a highly prized seafood worldwide, consistently ranking among the top three most popular species in North America every year. As you’ll learn in this guide, this popularity is due to its great taste, nutritional benefits, and widespread availability in all oceans.


Tuna Benefits

Eating tuna provides a range of health benefits. It's an excellent source of protein, and rich in essential nutrients like omega-3 fatty acids, vitamin D, and B vitamins. Regular consumption of tuna can support heart health, improve brain function, and contribute to overall well-being.


Is Tuna Good For You?

In this article, we dive in to describe its health benefits–including protein, omega-3’s, vitamin D, vitamin B-12, and essential minerals–and also what you need to know about mercury and sodium levels in tuna fish. Whether you enjoy it fresh or canned, tuna packs a nutritious punch!


Skipjack Tuna

In this article, we’ll dive deep to learn about its physical characteristics, ecology and behavior, commercial importance, sustainability, and the health benefits it provides.


Low Sodium Tuna

Sodium (salt) is good for you in moderation. But having too much can lead to health problems like high blood pressure. Thankfully, tuna has a naturally low amount of sodium and there are low sodium canned tuna options available.


Pescatarian Diet

A pescatarian diet refers to a vegetarian diet with the addition of seafood. Plant-based foods such as fruits, veggies, beans, whole grains, nuts, and seeds supply many vitamins, phytochemicals, and minerals, and seafood provides protein and omega-3 fatty acids.


Is Canned Salmon Healthy?

Canned salmon is every bit as nutritious as fresh salmon. It contains a variety of key nutrients, including protein, calcium, vitamins B & D, and healthy omega-3 fatty acids which promotes a healthy brain.


Is Canned Tuna Healthy?

Canned tuna is one of the most nutritious and affordable sources of protein available. Plus it features essential vitamins such as D and B-12, and minerals such as selenium, potassium, and iron. Canned tuna also includes omega-3 fatty acids which support a healthy heart.