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  1. Chaotic Reality

    Chaotic Reality New Member

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    So I'm looking at the nutritional facts of this can of beef ravioli's (trusty chef boyardee) and it says

    servings about 2, calories 240. Does this mean 240 per serving? Because some labels specifically say 'calories per serving' which is a no brainer, but I also see a lot of other that doesn't say specifically 'calories per serving' but just 'calories'. I suspect there is more than 240 measley calories in a can of this shit so I probably already know but want some verification. :o

    Thanks :wavey:
     
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    Yes, 480 calories for the whole can.
     
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    Thanks good sir.
     
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    General rule of thumb is that they put the nutritional value for the serving. You wouldn't see a box of cereal or a loaf of bread with like 2000 calories printed on the label.
     
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