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Old 04-23-2014, 02:47 PM   #31
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StarKist Selects® Low Sodium Chunk Light Tuna in Water

If you have dietary restrictions or allergies to any of these ingredients, you might want to try StarKist Low Sodium Chunk Light or Very Low Sodium Chunk White Tuna in cans* (which contains only tuna and water).

Also, StarKist Gourmet Choice® Solid Light Tuna Fillet, packed in water or olive oil, does not contain vegetable broth.

Frequently Asked Questions | StarKist

The 'pouches' usually contain vegetable broth which MAY contain soy. Soybeans aren't always used for the broth but it would be safer to consider it is.
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