I have decided to officially change my choice of tuna when making a tuna salad sandwich from now on. StarKist offer a white albacore tuna in water that really fills the bill when it comes to taste and nutrition!
The small tin contains 4 ounces of tuna, costs about $2 and makes two really decent sandwiches. My recipe for tuna salad is 2 tablespoons of mayo and sweet pickle relish. When mixed well with a fork, the taste is very nice. From a nutritional standpoint, you're getting 340 calories along with a good slug of Omega-3 fatty acids. The salt content also comes in at only about 500 mg so it's not too horrible compared to some of the other foods I eat for lunch.