This lunch box heavyweight gets a lot of love from American eaters—we consume 31 percent of the world's canned tuna products, about 3 pounds per person, per year. And lately, more sustainable and even better-tasting cans of the healthy fish are hitting supermarket shelves. Henry & Lisa's Natural Seafood
is one name to look for; it's a noncommercial fishery which gets smaller fish that contain less mercury. Wild Planet
is another; its BPA-free cans of albacore and skipjack varieties contain 3,460 mg of omega-3s (which is six times more than some conventional brands). Even Bumble Bee is joining the movement: It recently introduced Wild Selections
, a new line of canned seafood certified by the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) and benefiting the World Wildlife Fund (WWF).