Seaboard Farms' PrairieFresh pork tenderloins will be able to continue to carry the American Heart Association Heart-Healthy label. This marks the second year for the Seaboard product, according to a Seaboard news release.

AHA's “heart-check” symbol tells consumers that the product has passed the association's criteria heart-healthy levels of fat, saturated fat and cholesterol.

In the case of the PrairieFresh pork tenderloin, a three-ounce portion contains 139 calories and 4.1 grams of fat.

“Many people don't realize more than a half-dozen pork cuts are as lean or leaner than chicken,” says Terry Holton, Seaboard's senior vice president of sales and marketing. According to USDA, any pork loin cut, such as chops or roasts are leaner than skinless chicken thighs.

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