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Is chunk tuna good for you?

Asked: Marc-andre Grenier, Last Updated:

Canned tuna is a nutritious and inexpensive source of protein. Because cans of tuna last for several years, they are excellent for stocking your pantry with easy lunches and snacks. Opt for varieties that are sustainable and low in mercury.

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