Nutrient Composition of raw edible portion of fish species

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Nutrient composition of raw edible portion of fish species (per 100 g)
species energy (kcal) water
(g) protein
(g) fat
(g) cholesterol (mg) calcium (mg) iron
(mg) riboflavin (mg) niacin (mg)
catfish, channel (farmed) 135 75.38 15.55 7.59 47 9 0.50 0.075 2.304
cod, Atlantic 82 81.22 17.81 0.67 43 16 0.38 0.065 2.063
grouper, mixed species 92 79.22 19.38 1.02 37 27 0.89 0.005 0.313
haddock 87 79.92 18.91 0.72 57 33 1.05 0.037 3.803
halibut, Atlantic or Pacific 110 77.92 20.81 2.29 32 47 0.84 0.075 5.848
herring, Atlantic 158 72.05 17.96 9.04 60 57 1.10 0.233 3.217
mackerel, Atlantic 205 63.55 18.60 13.89 70 12 1.63 0.312 9.080
salmon, Atlantic 142 68.50 19.84 6.34 55 12 0.80 0.380 7.860
salmon, pink 116 76.35 19.94 3.45 52 — 0.77 — —
trout, rainbow (wild) 119 71.87 20.48 3.46 59 67 0.70 0.105 5.384
tuna, bluefin 144 68.09 23.33 4.90 38 — 1.02 0.251 8.654
clam, mixed species 74 81.82 12.77 0.97 34 46 13.98 0.213 1.765
crab, blue 87 79.02 18.06 1.08 78 89 0.74 — —
lobster, northern 90 76.76 18.80 0.90 95 — — 0.048 1.455
oyster, Pacific 81 82.06 9.45 2.30 — 8 5.11 0.233 2.010
scallop, mixed species 88 78.57 16.78 0.76 33 24 0.29 0.065 1.150
shrimp, mixed species 106 75.86 20.31 1.73 152 52 2.41 0.034 2.552
Source: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Composition of Foods, Agriculture Handbook no. 8-11.
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