Trade Up Tuesday - Fishing for Fish Fillets

Happy Tuesday! It's time to Trade Up. Today, we've scoured the seas to bring you a fantastic fish fillet find.

Remember, NuVal scores take into consideration every nutrient on the nutrition label as well as the ingredient list. Higher scores mean better nutrition. Scores are seen right on the shelf price tag.

Van de Kamp's Beer Battered Fillets NuVal=11
Van de Kamp's Crunchy Fish Fillets NuVal=30

So why does the Crunchy Fish Fillet have a higher/better NuVal score than the beer battered? It's not just that the Crunchy are only 90 calories. The crunchy (90 calorie) fillet contains 0 grams saturated fat, 75% less sodium and 0 grams of sugar.

But we've made it simple -- just look for the NuVal score!

Van de Kamp's Beer Battered Fillets

Van de Kamp's 90 Calorie Crunchy Fish Fillets


  1. Looks like your NuVal points logos got mixed up on the images!

  2. Thanks for leaving a comment. We just double checked and the NuVal scores are correct. The 90 calorie fillet gets a higher (better) NuVal score than the beer battered fillet because it has less saturated fat, sodium and sugar. I hope that cleared things up, but if not, please do let us know.