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The Instacart guide to sliced sandwich turkey products

About sliced sandwich turkey

Turkeys are large birds native to North America. They are both wild and farm animals. Turkey meat is popular across the country for its versatile and mild, yet savory flavor, as well as its impressive health benefits.

There's nothing more convenient or delicious than a sandwich, and making sliced sandwich turkey your go-to choice for your sandwiches is an excellent way to squeeze healthier snacks and lunches into your day. Packed with protein and an array of B vitamins (vitamin B3, vitamin B6, and vitamin B12), turkey is a much leaner sliced sandwich meat option for those who want a tasty, low-calorie product they can enjoy whenever the mood strikes.

Two thick slices of turkey, or 84 grams, contain 117 calories. Additionally, 84 grams of turkey contains 24 grams of protein, 2 grams of fat, and zero grams of carbs. Turkey contains plenty of protein, helping you stay alert and energized all day long. Additionally, the low fat contents of turkey is just enough to help you feel full, without weighing you down. However, if you want as little fat as possible from your serving of turkey, go for a skinless cut, as the skin of turkey is high in fat.

Whether you're looking for oven-roasted, honey-smoked, or plain sandwich turkey, there are plenty of options out there to help you satisfy your hunger.

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Buy your favorite deli turkey online with Instacart. Order deli turkey from local and national retailers near you and enjoy on-demand, contactless delivery or pickup within 2 hours.

FAQs About Deli Turkey

To make sure your sliced sandwich turkey is safe to eat, start by checking the sell-by date. You can safely eat most sliced sandwich turkey that has yet to be opened seven to 10 days after the sell-by date. If you open the container, you should try to eat the meat within three to five days of opening it.

However, it's important to inspect the lunch meat before you eat it. Look at the texture of the meat. If it appears slimy or has a film over it, it has likely spoiled. You can also smell the sliced sandwich turkey to see if it's still good. If it smells like yeast, ammonia, or vinegar, it is likely spoiled. 

Sliced sandwich turkey can be used for so much more than sandwiches. Of course, you can't go wrong with turkey sandwich or wrap, but consider getting a little creative with your meat. Turkey is great breakfast meat and can replace ham in a variety of meals. Cut your sliced sandwich turkey into cubes and bake it with eggs, tomatoes, and green onions. You can also add turkey to a cold pasta, such as a pasta salad or a chilled noodle bowl. Turkey is also tasty when added to a slider, served in an omelet, or added to a salad.

Turkey is rich in a variety of vitamins and minerals that can positively contribute to your overall health. An 84 gram-serving of sliced turkey contains 61 percent of your daily value of vitamin B3, 49 percent of your daily value of vitamin B6, and 29 percent of your daily value of vitamin B12.  These vitamins help with energy production, amino acid formation, and the production of red blood cells respectively.

You can also get potassium, magnesium, choline, phosphorous, zinc, and selenium from a serving of sliced sandwich turkey. These minerals can help your body with metabolism regulation, bone health, gene expression, and more.

Need sliced sandwich turkey, but can't make it to the store? Instacart can help. Open the Instacart app and add sliced sandwich turkey to your order. An Instacart shopper can grab your sliced sandwich turkey from the store and deliver it straight to your door in as little as 2 hours when possible!
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