Ground turkey nutrition

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Jennie-O All-Natural 99/1 Ground Turkey Breast - 16oz

Specifications

Contains: Does Not Contain Any of the 8 Major Allergens


State of Readiness: Needs to Be Fully Cooked


Package type: Individual Item Multi-Serving


Seasoning or marinade: Unseasoned


Country of Origin: United States


TCIN: 13492852


UPC: 142222502082


Item Number (DPCI): 268-05-0035


Origin: Made in the USA


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Description

Enjoy all the flavor with less fat! JENNIE-O Extra Lean Ground Turkey Breast is all natural*, gluten-free, minimally processed, no artificial ingredients and 99% fat free means you've got pure nutrition on your plate, grill or slow cooker. It's also packed with protein at 26 grams and comes in at just 120 calories per serving!

Nutritious

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Ground Turkey

Norbest all natural Ground Turkey is 93% lean, mountain-grown, and gluten free.

Norbest all natural ground turkey is 93% lean and gluten-free. This is a healthy and delicious substitute for any recipe calling for ground beef.

Features and Benefits

  • No added hormones or steroids
  • 93% fat fee, all natural, gluten free
  • 20 oz. (1.25 lbs)
Amount Per Serving
Calories 170 Calories from Fat 70
% Daily Value*
Total Fat 8g 12%
Saturated Fat 2.5g 13%
Trans Fat 0g
Cholesterol 80mg 27%
Sodium 80mg 3%
Total Carbohydrate 0g 0%
Dietary Fiber 0g 0%
Sugars 0g
Protein 21g
Vitamin A 2% Vitamin C 0%
Calcium 2% Iron 6%

Storage:

Refrigerated: Hold at 29°– 30°. Frozen: Hold at 0° or less.

Shelf Life:

Use or freeze by date on package. For best quality we recommend using ground turkey within 3 months of freezing.

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JENNIE-O® Lean Ground Turkey

Jennieo lean ground turkey

JENNIE-O® All Natural* Lean Ground Turkey is packed with nutrition, making it an amazing alternative to ground beef. Create delicious versions of your family’s favorite recipes. Tacos, meatballs, casseroles, sloppy joes, burgers and countless other recipes! With 21 grams of protein, 170 calories, and no artificial ingredients, it’s easier than ever to eat well! Find this product in the refrigerated section of your grocery store.

*Minimally processed. No artificial ingredients.

Total Fat 8g
Saturated Fat 3g
Trans Fat 0g
Cholesterol 80mg
Sodium 95mg
Total Carbohydrate 0g
Dietary Fiber 0g
Total Sugars 0g
Includes 0 added sugars 0
Protein 21g 42%
Vitamin D 0mcg 2%
Calcium 30mg 2%
Iron 1mg 6%
Potassium 280mg 6%

* The % Daily Value (DV) tells you how much a nutrient in a serving of food contributes to a daily diet. 2,000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice.

Ingredients: Turkey, Rosemary Extract.

Consumer Stovetop Skillet:
Spray skillet with nonstick cooking spray.
Preheat skillet over medium-high heat.
Add ground turkey to hot skillet.
Stir to crumble, approximately 14 to 16 minutes.
Always cook to well-done, 165°F as measured by a meat thermometer.

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Nutrition ground turkey

Fresh All Natural* Ground Turkey 93/7

Grilling: (Patties) Spray cold cook grate with non-stick cooking spray. Prepare grill for medium direct-heat cooking. Place patties on cook grate. Grill 8 to 10 minutes or until turkey is no longer pink in the center and temperature reaches 165°F on a meat thermometer, turning once or twice.

Skillet: (Crumbled) Spray large non-stick skillet with non-stick cooking spray. Heat over medium-high heat for 30 seconds. Add ground turkey and separate into crumbles. Cook and stir 5 to 7 minutes or until turkey is no longer pink and temperature reaches 165°F on a meat thermometer.

Skillet: (Patties) Season turkey as desired and shape into five patties, ½-inch thick. Spray large non-stick skillet with non-stick cooking spray. Heat over medium heat 30 seconds. Add patties and cook 10 to 12 minutes or until turkey is no longer pink in the center and temperature reaches 165°F on a meat thermometer, turning once or twice.

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7 Health Benefits Of Eating Turkey

Ground Turkey (cooked)

This nutrient information has been updated based on an extensive analysis conducted in conjunction with Health Canada and reflects the new turkey nutrient data available on Health Canada’s Canadian Nutrient File website.

How Does Ground Turkey Stack Up? See our comparison chart.

 

 

 

 

 

Nutritional Information

Protein

28 g

Excellent source

Phosphorus

298 mg

Excellent source

Zinc

3.3 mg

Excellent source

Selenium

7.5 mcg

Good source

Vitamin B12

3.2 mcg

Excellent source

*Niacin

11.3 NE

Excellent source

*NE (niacin equivalent) is the unit used to express niacin content of food. It represents preformed niacin plus tryptophan equivalents.

Source: Health Canada. 2010.
Canadian Nutrient File [on line]:
www.healthcanada.gc.ca/cnf
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Ground Turkey vs. Ground Beef: Which Is Healthier? Here's What a Dietitian Says

Hailed as the better-for-you pick for decades, ground turkey has become the default healthy stand-in for ground beef. Want healthier burgers? Swap in ground turkey. A leaner meatloaf? Ground turkey. Lower calorie taco meat? Turkey.

Generally speaking, ground turkey is leaner than standard ground beef, a nutritional advantage, especially when it comes to heart health, but this protein pick can leave something to be desired in the flavor and texture department. If you've ever chewed your way through a dry and flavorless turkey burger, you know what we're talking about. We might be left wondering, is this protein swap worth it? Is ground turkey healthy compared to beef, and if so, how can we make ground turkey recipes more delicious? Let's break it all down and find out.

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Is ground turkey healthier than ground beef?

How healthy is ground turkey? Getting to the answer is not as straightforward as you might think. We need to level the playing field and compare ground turkey and ground beef of similar lean meat to fat ratios.

You've seen a variety of ground beef and ground turkey options in your grocer's meat department. Depending on the cut of beef used, ground beef contains between 25 and 30 percent fat, or as little as 7 percent fat when made from leaner cuts, like sirloin. Most ground turkey is made from a combination of light and dark meat, coming in around 7 percent fat. Very lean ground turkey is made from turkey breast and can contain as little as 1 percent fat.

First, let's compare one of the more common varieties of ground beef available (70% lean, 30% fat) with ground turkey (93% lean, 7% fat).

Here's what's in 3 ounces of 70/30 ground beef:

  • 235 calories
  • 22g protein
  • 16g fat
  • 6.2g saturated fat
  • 75mg cholesterol
  • 0 g carbohydrates
  • 69mg sodium
  • 2mg iron

Here's what's in 3 ounces of 93/7 ground turkey:

  • 181 calories
  • 23g protein
  • 10g fat
  • 2.5g saturated fat
  • 88mg cholesterol
  • 0mg carbohydrates
  • 77mg sodium
  • 1.3mg iron

Choosing the ground turkey saves about 50 calories and cuts saturated fat by more than half. From a nutrition perspective, ground turkey is the winner. But what happens when we trade the 70/30 ground beef for a 93/7 variety?

Here's what's in 3 ounces of 93/7 ground beef:

  • 178 calories
  • 25g protein
  • 8g fat
  • 3.3g saturated fat
  • 76mg cholesterol
  • 0mg carbohydrates
  • 73mg sodium
  • 2.7mg iron

When the lean meat to fat ratio of ground beef and ground turkey is the same, their nutrition profiles are very similar. The lean ground beef contains about 25 percent more saturated fat (a difference of about 1 gram for a 3-ounce serving), is lower in total fat and cholesterol, and is slightly higher in protein and iron, compared to the turkey.

Ground turkey vs. ground beef—who wins?

The answer? It's sort of a toss-up. Whether you snag ground turkey or ground beef on your next grocery run should ultimately depend on a few things—health goals, budget and taste preferences.

If you're looking to curb calories for weight loss, take your pick between lean ground turkey or lean ground beef, aiming for a lower-fat variety, like 93/7.

Keeping tabs on saturated fat for heart health? Lean ground turkey is the better pick.

If you're watching your grocery spend, the leaner the ground beef variety, the higher the price tag (usually). Opt for ground turkey when you're on a budget, or stock up and freeze lean ground beef when it's on sale.

Of course, consider your tastebuds. Lean ground turkey is milder in flavor and less likely to dry out when mixed with other ingredients. Ground beef has a more distinctive flavor, so if you're craving a beef burger or classic meatballs, go for beef, keeping the lean-to-fat ratio in mind. Or, use a combo of the two in your fave dishes.

And while you don't have to give up meat to eat more sustainably, the production of poultry products may have less of an impact on greenhouse gas emissions compared to beef.

What to make with ground turkey

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Lean ground turkey is a super versatile protein that works well in lots of recipes. It can be used interchangeably with ground beef, and won't dry out with some simple tricks. Here are a few top-rated healthy ground turkey recipes to keep on hand.

Honey-Sesame Ground Turkey Meatloaf with Broccolini

Ground Turkey Stuffed Peppers

Lemon-Rosemary Ground Turkey Meatballs

Spicy Ground Turkey Tacos

Ground Turkey Meat Sauce

Bottom line

Ultimately, your personal health goals are what will determine whether ground turkey or ground beef is the better option for you. If you're looking to feel more satisfied after meals or are trying to lose weight, both lean ground turkey or lean ground beef work well. If you're eating for a healthy heart, lean ground turkey—which is lower is saturated fat—is the better pick for you. Of course you can still enjoy ground beef from time to time, but choosing lean ground turkey more often will help your heart in the long run. If it comes down to budget, ground turkey is often the cheaper option. And of course, taste preference comes into play, too. The bottom line—both can be part of a healthy diet.

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