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cafe zupas ... nutrition chart anywhere?

Tuesday, January 11, 2011

i went to cafe zupas for lunch today and im now trying to find their nutrition chart. i can't seem to find it anywhere. so now i have no idea how many calories i ate or sodium i ate. i had their California Turkey Panini sandwich and that was it.

the california turkey panini sandwich had the following:
Turkey
Avocado
Tomatoes
Sprouts
Ranch Dressing
Muenster Cheese.

im trying to find a way to contact them but all they have is people who posts blogs on their site.

wanting to rip my hair out right now.
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  • v ANWAHS51
    I went to Zupas today and came home to find the nutrition information too. I think I found some info. The site that I found said that the California Turkey Panini was 638 calories, 47 Fat grams, 35 Carbs and 17 protein. Here is the link:
    http://www.myfitnesspal.co
    m/nutrition-facts-calories/zupas
    Hope this helps.
    1603 days ago
  • v TGEVING1
    okay i think i have it est right using the recipe analyzer from spark.

    cals 604
    sod 1,428.4

    which will make me go over my sod by 312 mg. at least its not my weigh in day. still beating myself up though for going over my sodium intake for the 3rd time this week!!
    1963 days ago
  • v TGEVING1
    yeah i have tried that kinda. i wish i would have taken the sandwich apart to truly know what i had on it. maybe its best that i don't know and count lunch as a loss.

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    basically im trying to not worry about it.
    1963 days ago
  • v GARIHOOD
    You can still enter that into the nutrition tracker, but you'll have to enter each component of the sandwich separately and estimate the quantity. It will take a little extra time, but you should get a pretty close estimate of what it actually is.
    1963 days ago
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