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(4 Pouches) StarKist Tuna Creations Variety Pack, 2.6 oz (Multiple Flavors) $3.78

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this is regular price
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Bought a set, thanks OP.

These are great for an easy lunch. They can be found for $1 each in stores pretty often, but this is a good deal for having it delivered.
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Tuna is highly-neurotoxic due to the mercury, which has only increased over the years due to higher industry dumping at sea..

Not to mention, PCB/ Dioxins.

It's worse for children, 1 can of tuna every 43 days, exceeds the max mercury allowed by the EPA standard.

That same can of tuna isn't any healthier for adults. It just doesn't violate guidelines , which are set to support the fish industry. Seriously guys, of all the things in this world, eat something else.
According to ingredients section on Amazon, all four types contain light tuna, which has much less mercury comparing to albacore kind, e.g..

According to American Health Organization, "Men can safely consume 14.5 ounces of light tuna per week, and women can consume 12.5 ounces per week".
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Tuna is highly-neurotoxic due to the mercury, which has only increased over the years due to higher industry dumping at sea..

Not to mention, PCB/ Dioxins.

It's worse for children, 1 can of tuna every 43 days, exceeds the max mercury allowed by the EPA standard.

That same can of tuna isn't any healthier for adults. It just doesn't violate guidelines , which are set to support the fish industry. Seriously guys, of all the things in this world, eat something else.
light tuna has much less mercury than albacore
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Interesting comments on the mercury, I never really gave that much thought.. I sometimes eat this stuff multiple times a week in a salad. It is one of the easiest things to grab to make my basic salad more interesting day after day. For me a salad is normally just romaine, spinach, and feta and there are so many different flavors of this to change it up day to day. I always knew it may not be the healthiest, especially since it's always just a $1 at the local Dollar Tree, but not because of the mercury aspect which I suppose is something to consider with most fish. I guess even if I eat 4 or 5 a week I'm still within the supposedly "safe" guidelines. If it helps me continue to eat salads for lunch, while my co-workers are grabbing McD's I'm guessing its probably still the better option lol.
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Where's the nutritional info on this?
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Limit 5. Got an error when I tried to place a second order for another 5.
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Seriously gross...and how lazy are people?
I used to have a similar thought about the latter, but these are good for portion control if one is packing a lunch or snack (this was relevant for me prior to pandemic time work at home).
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Tuna is highly-neurotoxic due to the mercury, which has only increased over the years due to higher industry dumping at sea..

Not to mention, PCB/ Dioxins.

It's worse for children, 1 can of tuna every 43 days, exceeds the max mercury allowed by the EPA standard.

That same can of tuna isn't any healthier for adults. It just doesn't violate guidelines , which are set to support the fish industry. Seriously guys, of all the things in this world, eat something else.
That's only if you eat it in excessive amounts. Your body can naturally rid itself of mercury, it just takes a while. That's why you shouldn't eat a lot at once.
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Interesting comments on the mercury, I never really gave that much thought.. I sometimes eat this stuff multiple times a week in a salad. It is one of the easiest things to grab to make my basic salad more interesting day after day. For me a salad is normally just romaine, spinach, and feta and there are so many different flavors of this to change it up day to day. I always knew it may not be the healthiest, especially since it's always just a $1 at the local Dollar Tree, but not because of the mercury aspect which I suppose is something to consider with most fish. I guess even if I eat 4 or 5 a week I'm still within the supposedly "safe" guidelines. If it helps me continue to eat salads for lunch, while my co-workers are grabbing McD's I'm guessing its probably still the better option lol.
Just cause it's under a buck doesn't mean it's bad. It's just processed fish with flavoring. But I'd say yeah maybe cutback a bit.
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Just my $.02 but I've tried various flavors of this brand and Bumble Bee and the BB is better with a better texture. To me, the SK's texture is like dogfood. BB is flaky like it should be.
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Tuna is highly-neurotoxic due to the mercury, which has only increased over the years due to higher industry dumping at sea..

Not to mention, PCB/ Dioxins.

It's worse for children, 1 can of tuna every 43 days, exceeds the max mercury allowed by the EPA standard.

That same can of tuna isn't any healthier for adults. It just doesn't violate guidelines , which are set to support the fish industry. Seriously guys, of all the things in this world, eat something else.
Ha, well these are pouches not cans, so your whole point is invalid. Boom, got em, roasted.
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