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UNIDENT Posts: 33,498
2/13/13 11:28 P

You may find they make/distribute a different product in the different countries. Spark's entries are from the USDA database and valid only for American products.

SHANECODER Posts: 340
2/13/13 8:52 P

Go with the label. I find a lot of items added by other users that differ from the label.

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Posts: 3
2/13/13 8:22 P

Why is the calorie content different for what I would assume is the States verses Canada? For instance Smart Ones Thai Coconut Curry Soup is 90 calories for 1 cup and the ones I have come across, on this site, all say 1 cup is 60 calories? I want to be fair in my calorie counting!

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