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Is canned salmon cooked in the tin?

Asked: Nathalie Porchet, Last Updated:

Only salt is added to the empty cans (1.0% to 1.5% salt by weight) prior to filling. Nothing else is added to the canned salmon. The liquid in the can is natural liquid that cooks-out from the fish flesh.

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