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Does smoked salmon have a lot of salt?

Asked: Samuel Girardeau, Last Updated:

Salt content Due to how it's processed, smoked salmon is high in sodium, containing 600–1,200 mg per 3.5-ounce (100 gram) serving ( 1 , 6 ). In comparison, the same serving of fresh salmon provides 75 mg of sodium ( 7 ).

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