Chicken of the Sea Pink Salmon

Contributed by low-sal-life community member in: USA

Last Updated on December 10, 2023

Thoughts from Low-sal-life

A lot of people think that salmon and tuna are high in sals, but they aren't. They do contain amines. In any canned fish products, keep an eye out for "broth" or other vegetables added (often peas and carrots). Spices can also be used, but not very often. This is one of the few big-brand canned fish with only salt and water in it! Nice that it's wild caught too.

Details from company

  • Heart healthy omega-3 (Supportive but not conclusive research shows that consumption of EPA and DHA omega-3 fatty acids may reduce the risk of coronary heart disease.
  • One serving of salmon in water provides 0.4 grams of EPA and DHA omega-3 fatty acids).
  • Naturally 97% fat free. High in protein. See nutrition information for total fat, saturated fat and cholesterol content.
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  • 100% recyclable packaging.
  • Wild caught. Product of Thailand.


Pink Salmon, Water, Salt.

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Estimated salicylate level

No risk

⚠ Notes/Caution

Only get the canned version. The envelopes, Chicken of the Sea Wild Caught Alaskan Pink Salmon in Spring Water and Chicken of the Sea Premium Skinless & Boneless Wild Caught Pink Salmon, come with broth (vegetables) in them. They still might be low enough sals to tolerate, but I haven't tried them.