❁ Try store brands of canned tuna. They may be cheaper.
❁ Avoid cans that have dents, bulges, or signs of leaking.
❁ Weight of tuna cans may vary. Use the shelf sticker to compare cost per ounce rather than cost per can for the best value.
❁ Vacuum-sealed pouches cost a little more but have little liquid to drain. They also come in single-serving sizes.
❁ Choose tuna canned in water for fewer calories and more omega-3 fats.
❁ Look for less sodium. Use the nutrition labels to compare sodium amounts between brands. Rinsing tuna with water will reduce sodium.