Vitamins in Tuna
The favorite choice for the term "Tuna" is 3 ounces of White Tuna Fish (Drained Solids In Water, Canned) which has no vitamin C. The percent daily values of Vitamin C, Vitamin A, Calcium and Iron for a variety of types and serving sizes of Tuna is shown below.
Popular Types of Tuna

Canned Tuna (3 oz can serving)
Iron(%) Calcium(%) Vitamin A(%) Vitamin C(%)
Tuna Fish in Water 5 1 - -
Light Tuna Fish in Water 7 1 1 -
Tuna Fish in Oil 3 - - -
Common Varieties of Tuna (4 oz serving)
Iron(%) Calcium(%) Vitamin A(%) Vitamin C(%)
Bluefin Tuna 6 1 49 -
Yellowfin Tuna 5 2 1 2
Skipjack Tuna 8 3 1 2

Cooking Variations of Tuna

Baked or Broiled
Iron(%) Calcium(%) Vitamin A(%) Vitamin C(%)
1 small fillet 14 5 - 13
1 steak 7 3 - 7
4 oz 5 2 - 5
Fried, Floured or Breaded
Iron(%) Calcium(%) Vitamin A(%) Vitamin C(%)
1 small fillet 21 12 - 4
1 steak 11 6 - 2
4 oz 8 5 - 2
Steamed or Poached
Iron(%) Calcium(%) Vitamin A(%) Vitamin C(%)
1 small fillet 14 6 - 4
1 steak 8 3 - 2
4 oz 6 2 - 2
Smoked
Iron(%) Calcium(%) Vitamin A(%) Vitamin C(%)
1 piece 2 1 - 1
4 oz 9 3 - 4

Other Common Suggestions

Tuna Sandwich (1 sandwich serving)
Iron(%) Calcium(%) Vitamin A(%) Vitamin C(%)
Tuna Salad 17 9 - 2
Tuna Salad with Lettuce 17 9 - 2
Tuna Melt 14 16 - 2
Tuna Salad (1 cup serving)
Iron(%) Calcium(%) Vitamin A(%) Vitamin C(%)
Tuna Fish Salad 11 4 4 8
Tuna Salad with Egg 12 4 - 3
Tuna Salad with Cheese 11 16 - 3


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