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Top 100 Lamb, Veal, and Game Products With trans-Monoenoic Fatty Acids - Care Omnia Nutrition

Below we list 100 Lamb, Veal, and Game Products with trans-monoenoic fatty acids. The list is sorted from the food with the most amount to the food with the least amount.

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Ranked List Of 100 Lamb, Veal, and Game Products With trans-Monoenoic Fatty Acids

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Lamb, Veal, and Game Products Ranked 1 - 20 With trans-Monoenoic Fatty Acids

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RankFoodper 100gper Oz
1
(Lamb, New Zealand Imported)
4.4 g
1.2 g
2
(Intermuscular Fat, New Zealand Imported)
4 g
1.1 g
3
(Lamb, New Zealand Imported)
4 g
1.1 g
4
(Intermuscular Fat, New Zealand Imported)
3.6 g
1 g
5
(Australian Imported)
3.5 g
1 g
6
(Australian Imported, External Fat)
3.2 g
893 mg
7
(Australian Imported, External Fat)
2.8 g
782.4 mg
8
(Australian Imported)
2.5 g
705.9 mg
9
(Separable Fat, Australian)
2.4 g
674.7 mg
10
(External Fat Only)
2.2 g
635 mg
11
(External Fat Only)
2.1 g
581.2 mg
12
(Seam Fat Only)
1.7 g
490.4 mg
13
Two foods with same rank.
1.7 g
473.4 mg
(Boneless, Meat & Fat, New Zealand Imported)
(Seam Fat Only)
14
(Boneless, Meat & Fat, New Zealand Imported)
1.5 g
416.7 mg
15
(Meat & Fat, New Zealand Imported)
1.4 g
405.4 mg
16
(Meat & Fat, New Zealand Imported)
1.3 g
379.9 mg
17
(Australian, 85% Lean / 15% Fat)
1.3 g
365.7 mg
18
(Meat & Fat, New Zealand Imported)
1.2 g
348.7 mg
19
(Meat & Fat, New Zealand Imported)
1.2 g
337.4 mg
20
(Meat & Fat, New Zealand Imported)
1.2 g
328.9 mg

Figure 1. Lamb, Veal, and Game Products with trans-monoenoic fatty acids rank 1 to 20


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Lamb, Veal, and Game Products Ranked 21 - 40 With trans-Monoenoic Fatty Acids

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RankFoodper 100gper Oz
21
Two foods with same rank.
1.1 g
323.2 mg
(Meat & Fat, New Zealand Imported)
(Australian Imported, Frenched, Bone-In, Meat & Fat, Trimmed To 1/8" Fat)
22
Two foods with same rank.
1.1 g
320.3 mg
(Meat & Fat, New Zealand Imported)
(Meat & Fat, New Zealand Imported)
23
(Australian Imported, Frenched, Bone-In, Meat & Fat, Trimmed To 1/8" Fat)
1.1 g
317.5 mg
24
(Boneless, Meat & Fat, New Zealand Imported)
1 g
283.5 mg
25
(Meat & Fat, New Zealand Imported)
944 mg
267.6 mg
26
(Boneless, Meat & Fat, New Zealand Imported)
939 mg
266.2 mg
27
(Meat & Fat, Partly Frenched, New Zealand Imported)
902 mg
255.7 mg
28
(Australian Imported, Meat & Fat, Trimmed To 1/8" Fat, Frenched, Bone-In)
887 mg
251.5 mg
29
(Meat & Fat, Partly Frenched, New Zealand Imported)
883 mg
250.3 mg
30
(Australian Imported, Frenched, Denuded, Meat & Fat, Trimmed To 0" Fat, Bone-In)
851 mg
241.3 mg
31
(Meat & Fat, New Zealand Imported)
841 mg
238.4 mg
32
(New Zealand Imported, Swiss Cut, Soaked & Simmered)
746 mg
211.5 mg
33
(Meat & Fat, New Zealand Imported, Bone-In)
731 mg
207.2 mg
34
(Australian Imported, Frenched, Bone-In, Meat Only, Trimmed To 1/8" Fat)
718 mg
203.5 mg
35
696 mg
197.3 mg
36
(Australian Imported, Heel On, Bone-In, Meat & Fat, Trimmed To 1/8" Fat)
661 mg
187.4 mg
37
(New Zealand Imported, Swiss Cut)
658 mg
186.5 mg
38
(Meat & Fat, New Zealand Imported)
650 mg
184.3 mg
39
(Australian Imported, Trotter Off, Bone-In, Meat & Fat, Trimmed To 1/8" Fat)
634 mg
179.7 mg
40
(Australian Imported, Boneless, Meat & Fat, Trimmed To 1/8" Fat)
599 mg
169.8 mg

Figure 2. Lamb, Veal, and Game Products with trans-monoenoic fatty acids rank 21 to 40


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Lamb, Veal, and Game Products Ranked 41 - 60 With trans-Monoenoic Fatty Acids

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RankFoodper 100gper Oz
41
(Meat & Fat, New Zealand Imported, Bone-In)
586 mg
166.1 mg
42
(Meat & Fat, New Zealand Imported)
571 mg
161.9 mg
43
(Meat & Fat, New Zealand Imported, Chump Off, Shank Off)
569 mg
161.3 mg
44
(Meat Only, New Zealand Imported)
544 mg
154.2 mg
45
(Meat Only, New Zealand Imported)
523 mg
148.3 mg
46
(Meat & Fat, New Zealand Imported)
518 mg
146.9 mg
47
(Meat & Fat, Fully Frenched, New Zealand Imported)
514 mg
145.7 mg
48
(Australian Imported, Heel On, Bone-In, Meat & Fat, Trimmed To 1/8" Fat)
509 mg
144.3 mg
49
(Australian Imported, Trotter Off, Bone-In, Meat Only, Trimmed To 1/8" Fat)
491 mg
139.2 mg
50
(Australian Imported, Frenched, Bone-In, Meat Only, Trimmed To 1/8" Fat)
488 mg
138.3 mg
51
Two foods with same rank.
485 mg
137.5 mg
(Meat & Fat, Fully Frenched, New Zealand Imported)
(Australian Imported, Frenched, Denuded, Meat Only, Trimmed To 0" Fat, Bone-In)
52
(Australian Imported, Frenched, Denuded, Meat & Fat, Trimmed To 0" Fat, Bone-In)
483 mg
136.9 mg
53
(Australian Imported, Trotter Off, Bone-In, Meat & Fat, Trimmed To 1/8" Fat)
477 mg
135.2 mg
54
(Meat Only, New Zealand Imported)
475 mg
134.7 mg
55
448 mg
127 mg
56
(New Zealand Imported)
439 mg
124.5 mg
57
(Meat Only, Partly Frenched, New Zealand Imported)
422 mg
119.6 mg
58
(Meat Only, New Zealand Imported)
415 mg
117.7 mg
59
(Boneless, Meat Only, New Zealand Imported)
397 mg
112.5 mg
60
(New Zealand Imported)
380 mg
107.7 mg

Figure 3. Lamb, Veal, and Game Products with trans-monoenoic fatty acids rank 41 to 60


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Lamb, Veal, and Game Products Ranked 61 - 80 With trans-Monoenoic Fatty Acids

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RankFoodper 100gper Oz
61
(Meat Only, New Zealand Imported)
375 mg
106.3 mg
62
(Meat Only, Fully Frenched, New Zealand Imported)
349 mg
98.9 mg
63
(Australian Imported, Frenched, Denuded, Meat Only, Trimmed To 0" Fat, Bone-In)
332 mg
94.1 mg
64
(Australian Imported, Boneless, Meat Only, Trimmed To 1/8" Fat)
321 mg
91 mg
65
Two foods with same rank.
313 mg
88.7 mg
(Meat Only, Fully Frenched, New Zealand Imported)
(Meat Only, Partly Frenched, New Zealand Imported)
66
(Meat Only, New Zealand Imported)
299 mg
84.8 mg
67
(Meat Only, New Zealand Imported)
296 mg
83.9 mg
68
(Boneless, Meat Only, New Zealand Imported)
285 mg
80.8 mg
69
(Australian Imported, Heel On, Bone-In, Meat Only, Trimmed To 1/8" Fat)
263 mg
74.6 mg
70
(Meat Only, New Zealand Imported)
259 mg
73.4 mg
71
(Boneless, Meat Only, New Zealand Imported)
252 mg
71.4 mg
72
(Meat Only, New Zealand Imported)
250 mg
70.9 mg
73
(Meat Only, New Zealand Imported)
249 mg
70.6 mg
74
(Australian Imported, Boneless, Meat Only, Trimmed To 1/8" Fat)
239 mg
67.8 mg
75
(Australian Imported, Boneless, Meat & Fat, Trimmed To 1/8" Fat)
223 mg
63.2 mg
76
221 mg
62.7 mg
77
(Meat Only, New Zealand Imported)
220 mg
62.4 mg
78
(Meat Only, New Zealand Imported)
219 mg
62.1 mg
79
(Australian Imported, Meat Only, Trimmed To 1/8" Fat, Frenched, Bone-In)
218 mg
61.8 mg
80
Two foods with same rank.
217 mg
61.5 mg
(Meat Only, New Zealand Imported)
(Meat Only, New Zealand Imported)

Figure 4. Lamb, Veal, and Game Products with trans-monoenoic fatty acids rank 61 to 80


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Lamb, Veal, and Game Products Ranked 81 - 92 With trans-Monoenoic Fatty Acids

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RankFoodper 100gper Oz
81
(Australian Imported, Boneless, Meat & Fat, Trimmed To 1/8" Fat)
199 mg
56.4 mg
82
Two foods with same rank.
192 mg
54.4 mg
(New Zealand Imported, Soaked & Fried)
(Rib, Meat Only, Australian)
83
(Meat Only, New Zealand Imported)
191 mg
54.1 mg
84
188 mg
53.3 mg
85
(Meat Only, New Zealand Imported, Bone-In)
185 mg
52.4 mg
86
Two foods with same rank.
179 mg
50.7 mg
(Australian Imported, Boneless, Meat Only, Trimmed To 1/8" Fat)
(Meat Only, New Zealand Imported, Chump Off, Shank Off)
87
(Meat & Fat, New Zealand Imported)
177 mg
50.2 mg
88
(Australian Imported, Boneless, Meat Only, Trimmed To 1/8" Fat)
176 mg
49.9 mg
89
(New Zealand Imported, Soaked & Simmered)
172 mg
48.8 mg
90
(Meat & Fat, New Zealand Imported)
171 mg
48.5 mg
91
(Meat Only, New Zealand Imported, Bone-In)
168 mg
47.6 mg
92
(Meat Only, New Zealand Imported)
166 mg
47.1 mg

Figure 5. Lamb, Veal, and Game Products with trans-monoenoic fatty acids rank 81 to 92


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Foods With trans-Monoenoic Fatty Acids In Other Food Categories

The food categories below have foods that contain trans-monoenoic fatty acids.

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Food Categories
American Indian/Alaska Native Foods
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Candy, Sweets or Lollies
Cereal Grains and Pasta
Dairy and Egg Products
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Fast Foods
Fats and Oils
Finfish and Shellfish Products
Fruits and Berries
Legumes and Legume Products
Meals, Entrees, and Side Dishes
Nuts and Seeds
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Poultry Products
Restaurant Foods
Sauces and Gravies
Sausages and Luncheon Meats
Snacks
Soups, Broths, and Stews
Vegetables and Vegetable Products

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