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This food competes well in B3
(Niacin)

Tuna, white, can, in oil, drained

 • Canned Tuna

B3 (Niacin) levels

Food facts for Tuna, white, can, in oil, drained

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Calories

Please see: Canned Tuna Nutrition and RDA's (Tuna, white, can, in oil, drained)

RDA levels

Food facts for Tuna, white, can, in oil, drained

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