Canned fish are canned or jarred fish that have been preserved. They are a convenient and durable source of protein and omega-3 fatty acids and are consumed in many parts of the world. Canned fish are available in many different flavors and sizes and are made from a variety of fish such as salmon, tuna, herring and sardines.
Canned fish are usually preserved by cooking, smoking or freezing. They are also often soaked in oil or water to improve flavor and consistency. Canned fish is available in many supermarkets and stores and makes an excellent on-the-go meal or snack.
Canned fish can be a healthy addition to a balanced diet when consumed in moderation. However, it is important to pay attention to the quality and origin of canned fish to ensure that it is sustainable and healthy. There are also types of fish that may contain high levels of contaminants such as mercury and should be avoided.
By choosing sustainably caught fish and fish products and eating them in moderation, we can reap the health benefits of fish while helping to protect the oceans.
The canned fish calorie chart lists all foods with calories and nutritional values. Detailed nutritional values such as carbohydrates, protein and fat can be found with the respective product in the canned fish nutrition table.