thegoldengrahamgirl Posted November 30, 2015 Share Posted November 30, 2015 Alright so I finally took the time to type out, letter by letter (or character by character), the Korean label on my canned tuna and translate it (so that I could stop whining about not being able to eat the tuna here because I don't know what's in it): Ingredients and content: tuna 79% (wonyangsan), canola oil (Imported), purified water, purified fish oil 2% (18% imported) and vegetable juices. Yay! Not that canola oil is the best choice, but it's better than soybean oil. And no evidence of sugar, although "vegetable juices" is pretty vague. Do you figure it's compliant to eat? Thanks! -Lauren (GGG) Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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