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MAGTASTIC103 Posts: 424
10/9/13 4:02 P

If it's in the container and it's edible it is included on the nutrition information.

Next time you're in the supermarket do a side by side comparison of fruit in a syrup and fruit in a juice. The calorie content of the syrup variety is much higher.

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AGILEDOBE Posts: 428
10/9/13 2:47 P

Rinse it to remove the sweet juice, count what's on the label and move on, OR buy fresh, then you know what you are getting. It's these things that can get us off track !

DROPCONE Posts: 1,581
10/9/13 1:56 P

I have always assumed so.

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10/9/13 11:54 A

I think I already know the answer but thought I'd ask for confirmation...

Does the nutritional information on a can of fruit include the liquid (heavy syrup, lite syrup, or juice) ?

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