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I talked to customer service on Aug. 20, 2015 and a very sweet lady informed me that the pink salmon no salt WITH skin and bones are BPA free cans. I can explain further if anyone is interested.
T Scott
· August 24, 2015
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this is just a regular canned salmon. I never tried to cook it but I think it is possible to make a soup or cook it as a part of veggie something
lika
· July 23, 2014
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I think it's assumed that there might be some small, soft bones mixed in with the meat but I never noticed any. If there were any....they tasted good.:)
Good Dog
· September 30, 2014
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It was not the product I am accustomed to. I feel salmon is placed in the can along with a "smoke fluid" then processed. Never again !! ... and it makes me wary about ordering foods over the internet, foods I can not sample before ordering.
Benjamin B. Mabus
· July 24, 2015
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http://www.crownprince.com/bpa-free-cans.htm
Steven Douglas
· July 1, 2014
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All the cans I have gotten are very fresh. The last can I bought had “BEST BY: 06/2022” stamped on the bottom of the can. It is my favorite salmon and is beyond delicious when I make salmon cakes. I don’t know why they don’t sell it by the “pack”.
Peba
· May 9, 2020
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I just looked at a can, and all it says is 'product of USA.' I'm not sure if they can use that phrase if it's canned outside the country, but it's possible. You should contact the company itself if you need more specific information. That's what I'd do.
Anna
· July 15, 2014
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The serving size is 1/4 cup. How many milligrams per serving of what? I am "fishing" for an answer. If you are asking about sodium, it is 45 mg per serving. That is naturally occurring sodium, not added sodium from added salt.
Fang
· September 3, 2014
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Depends on which brand you purchase....and if you use Prime.
valley shopper
· May 9, 2020