Turkey Nutrition Information

Turkey is an economical lean meat and an excellent source of protein. Low in fat and cholesterol, it’s also a good source of niacin and Vitamin B6.
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Turkey is the legendary mainstay of Thanksgiving and holiday dinner tables, but it can be enjoyed year round. This delicious, versatile protein adapts well to any diet plan, whether you are looking to lose weight, manage a disease or maintain a healthy lifestyle.
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  • All turkeys are inspected either by the USDA or by an equivalent state inspection board
  • Grade A, the highest rating for turkey quality, is the only grade you are likely to see in our supermarkets.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Turkey Nutritional Information

3 oz. (84g) cooked serving, with skin

Calories

Calories from Fat

Total Fat (g)

Saturated Fat (g)

Total Carbs (g)

Cholesterol (mg)

Sodium (mg)

Protein (g)

Iron (% of DV)* 

Whole, without neck and giblets, roasted

170

70

8

2.5

0

70

55

24

8

Breast, roasted

160

60

6

2

0

60

55

24

6

Wing, roasted

190

90

10

3

0

70

50

23

6

Drumstick, roasted

170

70

8

2.5

0

70

65

23

10

Thigh, roasted

190

90

10

3

0

75

65

23

10

*Not a significant source of dietary fiber, sugars, vitamin A, vitamin C, and calcium.


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Source:
USDA National Nutrient Database for Standard Reference, Release 23