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Wild Planet Press

Wild Planet Foods is getting a lot of positive press. We invite you to discover what is being said from outlets such as Well + GoodBetter Homes & GardensMartha Stewart, Good Housekeeping, Men's Health MagazineYahoo!, Women’s Health Magazine, Parade, Skinnytaste, Prevention, MSN, Eat This, Not That!, and Real Simple.

Their articles discuss our delicious 100% sustainably caught seafood, our selective fishing practices, how to eat canned wild tuna or how to eat canned sardines, and much more.

Well + Good


Tin-to-Table Dining Will Make a Splash

"Tinned fish is rising to not just acceptance but prominence in America, particularly among folks who are looking for convenient, nutrient-dense, and sustainable meal solutions—or in some cases, transportive dining opportunities."

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Better Homes & Gardens


The 2023 Food Trends You're About to See Everywhere

“Tinned fish is not only starting to play a bigger role on our plates, but it’s also expanding our horizons, taste buds, and appreciation for trying new things, which adds to the appeal.”

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Inside Out Health with Coach Tara Garrison – Podcast


The Disturbing Truths Behind Your Seafood and How to Change It with Wild Planet CEO

"In this episode, Bill Carvalho talks about the difference in practices between sustainable and non-sustainable fish production."

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Well + Good


6 RD-Approved Snacks With Big-Time Bone Health Benefits You Can Buy on Amazon

"We stop building bone mass around 30 years old, which shows just how important it is to incorporate plenty of calcium in our diets. Sardines are a super source of both calcium and vitamin D."

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Martha Stewart


What's the Difference Between Anchovies and Sardines?

"These two little fish are often confused, but they're not the same. Learn how they measure up in terms of nutrition—and how to use them in your cooking."

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Good Housekeeping


30 Best Healthy High-Protein Snacks to Buy, According to Registered Dietitians

"Our nutrition experts can't get enough of this new ready-to-eat tuna salad line from Wild Planet. Made with just a few simple, wholesome ingredients, these packs are bursting with flavor and loaded with nutrition."

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Men's Health


The Best Foods for Men Awards 2022

"Food prices are up. Like, waaaay up. But tightening your grocery budget shouldn’t come at the expense of eating healthy. That’s why we asked a few of our favorite dietitians for the foods that deliver the most dietary bang for your now-squeezed buck."

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The 35th Best Healthy Foods, from Canned Peaches to Comforting Soups

“Seafood (particularly fish) is good for you – and even people who don’t like seafood can manage to enjoy an occasional tuna fish sandwich.”

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High-Protein Snacks Are Not All Created Equal—These Are The Healthiest Options, According To RDs

“Eating snacks that fill you up and keep you full can help with appetite control and weight loss. Try one of these nutritionists-approved high-protein snacks.”

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Women's Health Magazine


24 Super High-Protein Snacks To Keep On Hand When Hunger Strikes

“Sardines might be an unusual choice for some, but for Europeans (who know how to dine like royalty), sardines in olive oil on toast is a super common snack.”

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Earth911 – Podcast


Wild Planet Founder & CEO Bill Carvalho on Making Seafood Sustainable

“Wild Planet Foods founder and CEO Bill Carvalho explains why his company sources pole and line caught tuna to eliminate “bycatch,” the species caught in nets and tossed overboard because they aren’t what the fishing vessel wants to sell.”

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Don't Scoff at Sardines - These Little Beauties Are Nutritional Badasses

“Sardines are a big source of vitamins and protein that come in a small package. They also make for some great eating with the right recipes and prep.”

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RV Travel


Yummy protein - and flavor-packed tuna salads perfect for on-the-go RVers

“I’ve been eating them for lunch, sometimes with crackers, sometimes without. And as soon as I finish these, I plan on buying more to keep in my pantry for my upcoming summer hikes and camping trips. They’ll be great for that. Just pop open the tin, grab a fork and enjoy!”

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Meet the Tasty Winners of Prevention's 2022 Healthy Food Awards

“We’re always looking out for the newest, tastiest, and most forward-thinking health foods on the market. And year after year, we tear through hundreds of packages trying out the best of the best to ensure what we recommend not only is good for your health but also tastes great.”

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Eat This, Not That!


11 Best Post-Workout Snacks To Buy At Whole Foods Right Now, Dietitians Say

“When you're looking for a little more of a lunchtime snack, this tuna, bean, and corn salad will give you a carb-protein combo, along with a major dose of nutrition. This is an amazing choice for recovery after a workout.”

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The Kitchn


I’m a Registered Dietitian and This Is the One Canned Good I Stock in My Pantry at All Times

“My pantry is always stocked with cans of Wild Planet Organic Roasted Chicken Breast. Sure, it took me a minute to wrap my head around the idea of canned, cooked chicken … and then a few more minutes to even try it. But once I opened the can and swapped it into some of my go-to chicken dishes, I was sold.”

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Real Simple


7 Strategies to Form Healthy Eating Habits, According to RDs

“At Real Simple, we don't believe in food guilt or "detox diets." Sometimes it's just gratifying to nourish ourselves with wholesome foods and add healthy habits to our routines. These seven dietitian-endorsed strategies, plus easy recipes, will help you feel your best.”

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Eating Well


Ina Garten Says This Classic Make-Ahead Sandwich Is "One of Her Favorite Comfort Foods"

“We're always looking out for another Ina-approved recipe to put on our radar, which is why her Ultimate Tuna Melts are now on our must-make list.”

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Good Housekeeping


Wild Planet Bean and Corn Salad named in 2021 Sustainable Innovation Awards

“For our third annual Sustainable Innovation Awards, GH’s scientists and industry experts evaluated nearly 200 contenders to choose winning home, beauty, apparel, toy and food brands whose efforts we applaud.”

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MSN Health


The #1 Best Canned Tuna to Buy, Says Dietitian

“Shapiro also specified that consumers should look for "no added salt" on their canned tuna labels. In terms of her favorite, go-to brand? She was torn. Both Tonnino and Wild Planet made her top two.”

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How Wild Planet Foods Is Creating Sea Change In The Fishing Industry

“McKinleyville, California’s seafood industry veteran Bill Carvalho co-founded Wild Planet Foods in 2005, after years of exasperation with the unsustainable practices he witnessed — and sometimes reluctantly practiced — in his industry.”

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Yahoo! Life


I'm a Dietitian and I Swear By These No-Cook, High-Protein Salad Kits for Easy Lunches

“I'm not shy about the fact that I love canned tuna. It is a pantry staple that you will always find in my kitchen. It is super nutritious and helps me eat more seafood within my budget. My preferred brand is Wild Planet because they are devoted to sustainable fishing practices. That's why I was so excited when I heard they launched a line of ready-to-eat salads featuring their delicious tuna.”

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Men’s Health


Skipjack Tuna named one of 100 Healthiest Foods You Can Buy at the Grocery Store

“BEST TUNA: Wild Planet Skipjack Wild Tuna. Because the company doesn’t drain the fish after cooking, this tuna retains decent omega-3’s. Per 3 oz: 90 calories, 20g protein, 0g carbs, 1g fat.”

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Wild Planet Salmon and Tuna Packets to up your WFH Snack Game

“One major benefit of working from home is that no co-worker has the ability to smell what you’re eating — so, you know, you can get fishy with it. Finkel says these salmon pouches (or tuna pouches) are great for that midday slump: The salmon boasts 20 grams of protein per pouch, and it pairs wonderfully with crackers or veggies.“

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