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Armour Hearty Homestyle Corned Beef Hash

While there aren’t any nasty additives found in Armour’s Hearty Homestyle Corned Beef Hash, the fact that it has 40 percent of your daily value of fat, 50 percent of your daily value of saturated fat, and lots of trans fat in just a cup of serving IS concerning.

Even though trans fat isn’t from artificial sources, there are studies that show how natural trans fats might have a negative effect on cholesterol levels. Even more, the fact that a serving goes up to nearly 1,000 milligrams of sodium, makes the whole thing kind of frightening to eat. I mean, that’s a lot!

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5 Responses

  1. I just read some very upsetting ingredients that are in some people’s food.I will read those death sentence,s on the food labels.Thanks for the update.

  2. Thank God it was only ,3 items I enjoy on the list. Good bye Homel hearty corn beef hash,Bold Manwich and Bush Baked Beans.🤦🤦🤦🤦🤦

  3. It seems to only in the US. My sister lives abroad. Even brands we love are different there.

  4. Luckily, I do not use any of the listed foods. I do like Spam Classic and use corned beef, but make my own hash, by adding fresh diced potatoes and onions with some seasonings. I read the nutrition labels each time I shop. Avoiding sucrolouse, aspartame, high fructose corn syrup, etc… Shopping smart and healthy for my wife and myself is a full time job!

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