Short Description  TOASTER PASTRIES, KELLOGG, KELLOG’S POP TARTS, FRSTD STRAWBERRY
Water(gm) 12.75
Energy(kcal) 390
Protein(gm) 4.1
Lipid Total(gm) 9.8
Ash(gm)
Corbohydrate(gm)  71.7
Fiber Td(gm) 1.3
Sugar Total(gm) 30.3
Calcium(mg)
Iron(mg) 4.8
Magnesium(mg) 6
Phosphorous(mg) 44
Potassium(mg) 53
Sodium(mg) 331
Zinc(mg) 0.3
Copper(mg)
Manganese(mg)
Selenium(gm)
Vitamin-C(mg)
Thiamin(mg) 0.29
Riboflavin(mg) 0.33
Niacin(mg) 3.8
Panto Acid(mg)
Vitamin-B6(mg) 0.4
Folate Total(gm) 77
Folic Acid(gm)
Food Folate(gm)
Folate DFE(gm)
Choline Total(mg)
Vitamin B12(gm) 0
Vitamin A(iu) 1226
Vitamin A(rae) 368
Retinol(gm)
Aplha Carot(gm)
Beta Carot(gm)
Beta Crypt(gm)
Lypocene(gm)
Lutzea(gm)
Vitamin E(mg) 0
Vitamin D(gm) 0
Vitamin D(iu) 0
Vitamin K(gm)
Fa Sat(gm) 3.1
Fa Mono(gm) 2.1
Fa poly(gm) 3.6
Cholestral(mg) 0
GMWT(1) 52
GMWT Desc(1) 1 pastry
GMWT(2)
GMWT Desc(2)
Refuse Pct 0

The USDA National Nutrient Database is a database produced by the United States Department of Agriculture that provides the nutritional content of many generic and proprietary-branded foods. Released in August 2015 and revised in May 2016, the current release, Standard Reference 28 (SR28), contains “data on 8,800 food items and up to 150 food components”. New releases occur about once per year.

Why nutrition is important. Eating a balanced diet is vital for good health and wellbeing. Food provides our bodies with the energy, protein, essential fats, vitamins and minerals to live, grow and function properly. We need a wide variety of different foods to provide the right amounts of nutrients for good health.

Short Description  TOASTER PASTRIES, KELLOGG, KELLOGG’S POP TARTS, STRAWBERRY
Water(gm) 12.5
Energy(kcal) 398
Protein(gm) 4.7
Lipid Total(gm) 10.5
Ash(gm) 1.2
Corbohydrate(gm)  71.1
Fiber Td(gm) 1.1
Sugar Total(gm) 33
Calcium(mg) 24
Iron(mg) 3.5
Magnesium(mg) 11
Phosphorous(mg) 55
Potassium(mg) 93
Sodium(mg) 355
Zinc(mg) 0.3
Copper(mg) 0
Manganese(mg)
Selenium(gm)
Vitamin-C(mg) 0
Thiamin(mg) 0.3
Riboflavin(mg) 0.3
Niacin(mg) 3.8
Panto Acid(mg) 0
Vitamin-B6(mg) 0.4
Folate Total(gm) 100
Folic Acid(gm)
Food Folate(gm)
Folate DFE(gm)
Choline Total(mg) 8.4
Vitamin B12(gm) 0
Vitamin A(iu) 962
Vitamin A(rae)
Retinol(gm)
Aplha Carot(gm)
Beta Carot(gm)
Beta Crypt(gm)
Lypocene(gm)
Lutzea(gm)
Vitamin E(mg)
Vitamin D(gm)
Vitamin D(iu)
Vitamin K(gm)
Fa Sat(gm) 2.9
Fa Mono(gm) 6.2
Fa poly(gm) 1.5
Cholestral(mg) 0
GMWT(1) 52
GMWT Desc(1) 1 pastry
GMWT(2)
GMWT Desc(2)
Refuse Pct 0

The USDA National Nutrient Database is a database produced by the United States Department of Agriculture that provides the nutritional content of many generic and proprietary-branded foods. Released in August 2015 and revised in May 2016, the current release, Standard Reference 28 (SR28), contains “data on 8,800 food items and up to 150 food components”. New releases occur about once per year.

Why nutrition is important. Eating a balanced diet is vital for good health and wellbeing. Food provides our bodies with the energy, protein, essential fats, vitamins and minerals to live, grow and function properly. We need a wide variety of different foods to provide the right amounts of nutrients for good health.

Short Description  TOASTER PASTRIES, KELLOGG, KELLOGG’S POP TARTS, S’MORES
Water(gm) 12.5
Energy(kcal) 392
Protein(gm) 6.2
Lipid Total(gm) 10.5
Ash(gm) 1.2
Corbohydrate(gm)  69.6
Fiber Td(gm) 1.4
Sugar Total(gm) 36.5
Calcium(mg) 29
Iron(mg) 3.5
Magnesium(mg) 21
Phosphorous(mg) 75
Potassium(mg) 125
Sodium(mg) 410
Zinc(mg) 0.4
Copper(mg) 0.1
Manganese(mg)
Selenium(gm)
Vitamin-C(mg) 0
Thiamin(mg) 0.3
Riboflavin(mg) 0.3
Niacin(mg) 3.8
Panto Acid(mg) 0
Vitamin-B6(mg) 0.4
Folate Total(gm) 100
Folic Acid(gm)
Food Folate(gm) 100
Folate DFE(gm)
Choline Total(mg)
Vitamin B12(gm) 0
Vitamin A(iu) 962
Vitamin A(rae)
Retinol(gm)
Aplha Carot(gm)
Beta Carot(gm)
Beta Crypt(gm)
Lypocene(gm)
Lutzea(gm)
Vitamin E(mg)
Vitamin D(gm)
Vitamin D(iu)
Vitamin K(gm)
Fa Sat(gm) 2.8
Fa Mono(gm) 5.9
Fa poly(gm) 1.8
Cholestral(mg) 0
GMWT(1) 52
GMWT Desc(1) 1 pastry
GMWT(2)
GMWT Desc(2)
Refuse Pct 0

The USDA National Nutrient Database is a database produced by the United States Department of Agriculture that provides the nutritional content of many generic and proprietary-branded foods. Released in August 2015 and revised in May 2016, the current release, Standard Reference 28 (SR28), contains “data on 8,800 food items and up to 150 food components”. New releases occur about once per year.

Why nutrition is important. Eating a balanced diet is vital for good health and wellbeing. Food provides our bodies with the energy, protein, essential fats, vitamins and minerals to live, grow and function properly. We need a wide variety of different foods to provide the right amounts of nutrients for good health.