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Lemon and Salt Marlin Jerky

Other names: Dried Marlin Fish Jerky
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Dried seafood snacks, such as shredded cuttlefish, smoked squid, and dried marlin jerky are primarily a source of protein, but they’re also high in sodium, with some snacks containing over half of the <1500 mg/day sodium limit for children and adults 51 years old and older in just one serving. Enjoy in moderation!

Nutrition Facts

Calories (per serving): 160
Pieces (per serving): 7
Calories (per 1 oz bag): 160
Pieces (per 1 oz bag): 7
Carbohydrate (g): 2
Fiber (g): 0
Sodium (mg): 580
Fat (g): 0.5
Protein (g): 36

Nutrient information for the Local Snacks section is taken from manufacturers’ packaging. Hawai‘i Foods makes no claim for the accuracy of this data; it is for illustrative purposes only.