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8-Pack of 5oz. StarKist Chunk Light Tuna in Water EXPIRED

Posted 02-01-2017 by Yodame at 10:50 AM
Amazon has 8-Pack of 5oz. StarKist Chunk Light Tuna in Water for $5.59 when you checkout via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free. Thanks Yodame

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Edited February 1, 2017 at 01:01 PM by wuzzy
StarKist Chunk Light Tuna in Water, 5 Ounce, 8 Count - $5.00 w/S&S @ Amazon.com

https://www.amazon.com/StarKist-C...B00FWUO2IE

Size:5 Ounce (Pack of 8)

$5.59 w/ 5%

Must have 5 or more items on Subscribe & Save (15%)
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people who don't want as much mercury in their diet.

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I thought this was posted yesterday... is this different?
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bought this for the same price 2 weeks ago. all cans no dents. expiration 2019
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I've been spoiled by Bumble Bee Prime Fillet. Good deal though if you eat regular tuna.
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I usually wait for the sale at walmart, $0.50 each.
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Walmart $5.88
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I did know many people ate anything other than the solid white in water. made the mistake of buying this before and had to give it to my cats...
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good enough for me.
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I did know many people ate anything other than the solid white in water. made the mistake of buying this before and had to give it to my cats...
http://www.chowhound.com/food-new...ght-tuna/#!

people who don't want as much mercury in their diet.
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Learned something new today.

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There's one more important distinction, but it has nothing to do with FDA definitions. White tuna has more mercury than light tuna. StarKist notes in its FAQ that "FDA testing has shown that canned light meat tuna has an average of 0.1 parts per million (ppm) and that Albacore (white meat) tuna has an average of 0.35 ppm." The reason is that albacore are larger, older fish than the types used for light tuna, so they've had more time to accumulate methylmercury.

Nevertheless, the lower-in-mercury light tuna is less expensive than the white tuna, probably because people prefer white."
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everyday price at walmart for bumblebee premium tuna 4 pack is $2.50

and I like it better than starkist quality by far

publix used to have it bogo for $4, so 50 cents a can, even better
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The mercury builds character
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Quote from avalon View Post :
everyday price at walmart for bumblebee premium tuna 4 pack is $2.50

and I like it better than starkist quality by far

publix used to have it bogo for $4, so 50 cents a can, even better
Don't forget about the cost of part of your self respect by going to wal mart.
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Thanks bro, normal price really, but it saves me time from going to the store. Brotein for days, brosky.
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