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Fine Seafood and Chicken

Omega-3

"The most widely available dietary source of EPA and DHA is cold water oily fish, such as salmon, herring, mackerel, anchovies and sardines. Oils from these fish have a profile of around seven times as much n−3 as n−6. Other oily fish, such as tuna." (Wikipedia)

Common name↓ grams n−3↓
Tuna 0.21–1.1
Tuna (canned, light) 0.17-0.24
Herring, sardines 1.3-2
Pollock 0.45
Salmon 1.1–1.9
Cod 0.15–0.24
Catfish 0.22–0.3
Flounder 0.48
Grouper 0.23
Halibut 0.60–1.12
Mahi mahi 0.13
Orange roughy 0.028
Red snapper 0.29
Shark 0.83
Swordfish 0.97
Tilefish 0.90
Spanish mackerel, Atlantic, Pacific 1.1-1.7
King mackerel 0.36
Greenshell/lipped mussels 0.950[121]
Hoki (blue grenadier) 0.410[121]
Gemfish 0.400[121]
Blue eye cod 0.310[121]
Sydney rock oysters 0.300[121]
Tuna, canned 0.230[121]
Snapper 0.220[121]
Eggs, large regular 0.109[121]
Barramundi, saltwater 0.100[121]
Giant tiger prawn 0.100[121]
Lean red meat 0.031[121]
Turkey 0.030[121]
Cereals, rice, pasta, etc. 0[121]
Fruit 0[121]
Milk regular 0[121]
Regular bread 0[121]
Vegetables 0[121]
Vegetable oils and spreads 0[121]