Ahi is one of Safe Catch's lowest mercury tuna. It’s a great choice for athletes, kids & pregnant women! It's hand-picked, then tested to ensure a mercury limit that is ten times (10x) lower than the FDA action limit. Safe Catch Elite and Ahi are the only brand of tuna that meets Consumer Reports’ “Low Mercury” criteria set for pregnant women and children. and the official tuna of the American Pregnancy Association. Most canned tuna loses flavor and the majority of Omega 3s due to precooking and machine processing. Safe Catch hand packs...
About This Brand
With a name like Safe Catch, you’re right in assuming safety is a top priority for this popular canned seafood brand. And we’re talking about safety in a variety of ways—both the safety of the fishing practices, and the safety of the fish itself (aka, low mercury counts). Canned fish is a nutritional powerhouse when it comes to omega-3 fatty acids, but the risks of mercury poisoning might make...
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Serving Size: 2 oz (56g)
Servings Per Container:2.5
Amount per serving
% daily value
Contains fish (tuna).
149 Members have left reviews!
Posted by Mckenzie from Richland Center, Wisconsin
Great flavor & so handy for fast meals!
Great light lunch item
Posted by Robin from MUNROE FALLS, Ohio
Good taste, very solid and hearty.
Posted by Robin from Selkirk, New York
I've been trying to get in more omega-3, but I'm not a huge fish fan. This definitely tastes better than cheaper tuna. I actually look forward to eating this with some avocado mayo!
Mercury....Not if I can reduce it! LOL
Posted by Jessica from Shamong , New Jersey
Not only is this product tastier then other brands but knowing that they test for lower mercury levels makes it a no-brainer for me and my family. It will be hard to use any other brand now and I am ok with that!
Would buy again
Posted by Ariel from Washington, District of Columbia
Not sure if I can tell the difference between this and albacore tuna. But it’s good.