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Top 100 Pork Products With trans-Polyenoic Fatty Acids - Care Omnia Nutrition




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Boston Pork Butt Steak contains trans-polyenoic fatty acids

Below we list 100 Pork Products with trans-polyenoic 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 Pork Products With trans-Polyenoic Fatty Acids

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Pork Products Ranked 1 - 20 With trans-Polyenoic Fatty Acids

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RankFoodper 100gper Oz
1
(Boneless, Pork, Separable Fat)
163 mg
46.2 mg
2
(Boneless, Pork, Separable Fat)
137 mg
38.8 mg
4
(Meat & Fat, Pork)
97 mg
27.5 mg
6
(Meat & Fat, Pork)
84 mg
23.8 mg
7
(Meat & Fat, Shoulder, Blade)
56 mg
15.9 mg
8
Two foods with same rank.
54 mg
15.3 mg
(With Added Solution, Shoulder, Blade, Meat & Fat)
9
52 mg
14.7 mg
10
Two foods with same rank.
49 mg
13.9 mg
(72% Lean / 28% Fat, Crumbles)
11
43 mg
12.2 mg
12
Two foods with same rank.
41 mg
11.6 mg
(With Added Solution, Boneless, Loin, Meat & Fat)
13
Four foods with same rank.
40 mg
11.3 mg
(Meat Only, Shoulder, Blade)
(Loin, Meat & Fat, Bone-In)
(72% Lean / 28% Fat)
(Meat & Fat, Shoulder, Blade)
14
39 mg
11.1 mg
15
(84% Lean / 16% Fat)
37 mg
10.5 mg
16
(With Added Solution, Shoulder, Blade, Meat & Fat)
36 mg
10.2 mg
17
Two foods with same rank.
34 mg
9.6 mg
18
Two foods with same rank.
33 mg
9.4 mg
(Loin, Meat & Fat, Bone-In)
(Pork, Pre-Sliced)
19
(84% Lean / 16% Fat, Crumbles)
32 mg
9.1 mg
20
31 mg
8.8 mg

Figure 1. Pork Products with trans-polyenoic fatty acids rank 1 to 20


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Pork Products Ranked 21 - 36 With trans-Polyenoic Fatty Acids

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RankFoodper 100gper Oz
21
Two foods with same rank.
30 mg
8.5 mg
22
(84% Lean / 16% Fat)
29 mg
8.2 mg
23
Three foods with same rank.
28 mg
7.9 mg
(Meat & Fat, Composite Of Trimmed Retail Cuts, Leg, Loin, Shoulder, & Spareribs)
(Boneless, Loin, Meat & Fat)
(Boneless, Loin, Meat & Fat)
24
Three foods with same rank.
27 mg
7.7 mg
(Meat & Fat, Arm Picnic)
(Loin, Meat & Fat, Bone-In)
(Loin, Meat & Fat, Bone-In)
25
Four foods with same rank.
25 mg
7.1 mg
(96% Lean / 4% Fat)
(Loin, Meat & Fat, Bone-In)
26
Three foods with same rank.
23 mg
6.5 mg
(Loin, Meat Only, Bone-In)
(Bone-In, Lean Only)
(Meat & Fat, Pork, Rump, Bone-In)
27
Two foods with same rank.
22 mg
6.2 mg
(Meat & Fat, Pork, Slice, Bone-In, Pan-Broil)
(Loin, Meat Only, Bone-In)
28
Two foods with same rank.
21 mg
6 mg
(Meat Only, Arm Picnic)
(Loin, Meat & Fat, Bone-In)
29
Six foods with same rank.
20 mg
5.7 mg
(Loin, Meat & Fat, Bone-In)
(Loin, Meat & Fat, Bone-In)
(Meat & Fat, Composite Of Trimmed Retail Cuts, Loin & Shoulder Blade)
(Meat & Fat, Arm Picnic)
(Boneless, Loin, Meat & Fat)
(Boneless, Meat & Fat, Pork, Whole, Ham With Water Added)
30
Seven foods with same rank.
19 mg
5.4 mg
(Loin, Meat Only, Bone-In)
(Boneless, Loin, Meat Only)
(Meat & Fat, Composite Of Trimmed Retail Cuts, Loin & Shoulder Blade)
(Meat & Fat, Leg, Ham, Shank Half)
(Loin, Meat & Fat, Bone-In)
(Loin, Meat & Fat, Bone-In)
(Boneless, Loin, Meat Only)
31
Two foods with same rank.
18 mg
5.1 mg
(Loin, Meat & Fat, Bone-In)
(Boneless, Meat & Fat, Spiral Slice, Pork)
32
Three foods with same rank.
17 mg
4.8 mg
(Loin, Meat & Fat, Bone-In)
(Boneless, Meat Only, Pork, Whole)
(Meat Only, Pork, Shank, Bone-In)
33
Seven foods with same rank.
16 mg
4.5 mg
(With Added Solution, Boneless, Loin, Meat & Fat)
(Meat Only, Pork, Slice, Bone-In, Pan-Broil, Ham With Water Added)
(Loin, Meat & Fat, Bone-In)
(Meat & Fat, Leg, Ham, Rump Half)
(Meat Only, Pork, Rump, Bone-In)
(Boneless, Meat Only, Pork, Whole, Ham With Water Added)
(Meat Only, Pork, Shank, Bone-In)
34
Six foods with same rank.
15 mg
4.3 mg
(Boneless, Meat & Fat, Pork, Slice, Pan-Broil, Ham With Water Added)
(Boneless, Loin, Meat & Fat)
(Meat Only, Shoulder, Blade)
(Boneless, Loin, Meat & Fat)
(Meat & Fat, Leg, Ham, Shank Half)
(Loin, Meat Only, Bone-In)
35
13 foods with same rank.
14 mg
4 mg
(Loin, Meat & Fat, Bone-In)
(Loin, Meat & Fat, Bone-In)
(96% Lean / 4% Fat, Crumbles)
(Boneless, Meat Only, Pork, Slice, Pan-Broil)
(Meat & Fat, Leg, Ham, Rump Half)
(Loin, Meat Only, Bone-In)
(Loin, Meat Only, Bone-In)
(Meat Only, Pork, Rump, Bone-In, Ham With Water Added)
(Meat Only, Pork, Shank, Bone-In, Ham With Water Added)
(Meat Only, Rump, Bone-In, Pork)
(Boneless, Meat & Fat, Pork, Whole)
(Meat Only, Pork, Slice, Bone-In)
36
Eight foods with same rank.
13 mg
3.7 mg
(Boneless, Meat Only, Pork, Slice, Pan-Broil, Ham With Water Added)
(Meat Only, Pork, Slice, Bone-In, Pan-Broil)
(Meat Only, Pork, Slice, Bone-In, Pan-Broil)
(Loin, Meat & Fat)
(96% Lean / 4% Fat)
(With Added Solution, Loin, Meat & Fat)
(Meat Only, Shank, Bone-In, Pork)
(Meat Only, Pork, Rump, Bone-In, Ham With Water Added)

Figure 2. Pork Products with trans-polyenoic fatty acids rank 21 to 36


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Foods With trans-Polyenoic Fatty Acids In Other Food Categories

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

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