|Serving Size: 1 fruit cup 5 oz 140g
|Amount Per Serving|
|Calories 100||Calories from Fat 5|
|Total Fat 1g||2%|
| Saturated Fat 0g||0%|
| Trans Fat 0g|| |
|Total Carbohydrate 25g||8%|
| Dietary Fiber 1g||4%|
| Sugars 23g|| |
Vitamin A 2%||||
Vitamin C 25%|
|Unofficial Pts+: 0|
(Old Pts: 2)
Percent of Calories from:
Fat: 5% Carb: 100% Protein: 4%
|(Total may not equate 100% due to rounding.)|
INGREDIENTS:Fresh grapes with carbonation.
he vitamin and fiber content of carbonated fruit is the same as that of regular fruit.
Contains only natural fruit sugars. No sugar added.
Average shelf life is 9-14 days.
While some of the vitamin content of regular fresh fruit falls off rapidly with storage and ripening, carbonation itself does not harm the nutritive value of fresh fruit (which also includes fiber and other antioxidants), and preliminary evidence suggests that carbonation can actually extend shelf-life and preserve vitamin C levels.
COMPANY INFORMATION:The Fizzy Fruit Company
1001 SW Fifth Avenue
Portland, Oregon 97204
United States of America
SOURCE: Company Web Site
UPDATED ON: 1/24/2007
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