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Safe Catch Tuna - Mommy & Baby Safe!

I sure wish this would have been around when I was pregnant with my kids. I know I was one that stopped eating meals with tuna in them just to err on the side of caution. As a mom we always want to do what's best for our kids (even before they are born). So many companies out there are just in a quick hurry to make a buck and get their product out on the market. It's nice to see there companies like Safe Catch that are not that way. Safe Catch actually cares enough to make sure their tuna contains as little mercury as possible. They actually have quite a strict process for catching, testing and packaging their tuna to ensure the best quality product goes into every can. I have to say after having tried it I would say they have done a very good job with the quality and the taste too!

Moms want to give their babies the best start possible and that begins with nutrition. One of the healthiest foods moms can eat during pregnancy is seafood, but many have stopped eating any fish at all because of fears about mercury. While high levels of mercury can be harmful to baby, avoiding fish or taking fish oil supplements instead can also have negative side effects. Omega 3s in fish like DHA are essential for brain development, which is why Safe Catch has created the first canned tuna that is safe for pregnant and nursing moms.

Safe Catch is the only canned tuna brand that tests every fish for mercury and they have set their mercury standards below Consumer Reports¹ strict ³Low Mercury² criteria of 0.082 PPM average for pregnancy and kids. No other canned tuna brand meets that standard or tests every fish. Additionally, Safe Catch doesn¹t pre-cook its tuna before canning so no Omega 3s or other vital nutrients are lost in the cooking process, giving Safe Catch tuna higher levels of Omega 3s than other brands.
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