Turkey is not only tasty, versatile and great value for money but the fantastic news is, it’s good for you too! As one of the healthiest meats you can buy, it is an ideal addition to any healthy balanced diet and lifestyle.

Turkey is an excellent addition to any healthy balanced diet and here’s why…

Turkey tastes great!

Turkey meat has great texture which is why it absorbs flavours so well in cooking

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Why not try the darker leg and thigh meat which has a really rich flavour and is great for hearty family meals like casseroles and pies.

Rich in flavour

Tasty-and-versatile

Tasty and versatile

Versatile

Turkey is available in a variety of fresh and frozen cuts such as steaks, mince, strips and diced, all perfect for both hot and cold meals, such as stir fries, curries, pies, pasta and salad dishes

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100g of cooked turkey breast contains 28g of protein, which is over half of an adults recommended intake.

High in Protein

Low in fat

Turkey breast contains less than 1g of saturated fat per 100g (4oz) portion

Turkey is high in protein

Protein contributes to the on-going maintenance and repair of muscle growth and bones

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Turkey breast is naturally low in fat and saturated fat

Eating less saturated fat helps your body maintain normal blood cholesterol levels

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Less than 1% fat

Turkey breast contains less than 1g of saturated fat per 100g (4oz) portion

Turkey breast is lower in calories per portion (100g) compared with other meats

Turkey is less than 165 calories per 100g (4oz), and contains 1/5 fewer calories than even beef!
Even the more succulent turkey leg meatcontains less than half the saturated fat of a portion of roast lamb.
Fewer-calories

Fewer calories

More succulent

More succulent

Selenium helps to maintain healthy hair and nails and a normal immune function.
Turkey breast contains less than 1g of saturated fat per 100g (4oz) portion

Turkey breast is a source of natural vitamins and minerals such as Niacin, Selenium, Phosphorus and Vitamin B6

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Niacin and Vitamin B6 are important for a healthy nervous system and help to reduce tiredness and fatigue.
Vitamin B6 helps to create
normal red blood cells.
A 100g (4oz) portion of turkey delivers over 1/3 of our recommended intake of phosphorus. 
Phosphorus helps to maintain healthy bones and teeth.

Turkey breast has the lowest carbon footprint of any other meat

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