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Hi, The sodium content per can is 200 mg.per serving. It says 2 servings per can. I rinse and drain it to reduce the amount.
Amazon Customer
· August 2, 2018
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No bones or skin, and it's very tasty.
just Joe
· March 18, 2020
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It says it is “100% wild caught.”
If you look closely at the picture, you can see it on the label.

Amazon Customer
· April 24, 2019
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It's in the same form as the salmon that you buy from the grocery store but so much better for you because it is caught wild.
Timmy's gal
· May 15, 2019
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22g per serving (serving is 1 can—102g drained)
Amazon Customer
· March 20, 2019
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I am quite sure that you need a can opener. It is available in pouches.
Amazon Customer
· October 7, 2019
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It’s less salty than most canned salmon, but it is not “low salt.” It doesn’t taste very salty to me.
Amazon Customer
· May 9, 2019
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30mg sodium per can. Good question.
John Doe
· June 12, 2020
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450mg per 5oz can.
Amazon Customer
· June 5, 2020