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Roasted Red Pepper and Apricot Sauce
Calorie percentages in the legend are calculated based on protein, carbohydrate, and fat contributing roughly 4, 4, and 9 calories per gram, respectively - the most common calorie calculation method accepted by the USDA. These are not exact values and may not match the calories shown.

Detailed Nutritional Analysis

Serving Size: 32 Amount per Serving
Basic Components
Calories 37.3149
Protein 0.18177g
Carbohydrates 9.06476g
Dietary Fiber 0.23302g
Soluble Fiber 0.025g
Insoluble Fiber 0.05625g
Sugar - Total 5.91127g
Monosaccharides 0.09403g
Disaccharides 3.22737g
Other Carbs 2.26752g
Fat - Total 0.19413g
Saturated Fat 0.01044g
Monounsaturated Fat 0.06398g
Polyunsaturated Fat 0.02984g
Trans Fatty Acids 0.0g
Cholesterol 0.0mg
Water 98.0136%
Dietary Exchanges
Other Carbs 0.5
Vitamins
Vitamin A IU 281.902IU
Vitamin - A RE 14.0995mcg
A Carotenoid 28.1991mcg
A - Retinol 0.0mcg
A - Beta Carotene 28.1991mcg
Thiamin - B1 0.00431mg
Riboflavin - B2 0.00421mg
Niacin - B3 0.04785mg
Niacin Equivalent 0.08617mg
Vitamin - B6 0.00529mg
Vitamin - B12 0.0mcg
Biotin 0.10938mcg
Vitamin C 2.84334mcg
Vitamin D IU 0.0IU
Vitamin D mcg 0.0mcg
Vit E - Alpha Equivalent 0.02794mg
Vitamin - E IU 0.04163IU
Vitamin E mg 0.0
Folate 2.31254mcg
Vitamin K 6.49704mcg
Pantothenic Acid 0.00772mg
Minerals
Boron 0.51749mcg
Calcium 9.02244mg
Chromium 0.01222mcg
Copper 0.00698mg
Fluoride 3.54013mg
Iodine 0.0625mcg
Iron 0.14487mg
Magnesium 0.01996mg
Manganese 0.0mg
Molybdenum 0.0mg
Phosphorus 4.04463 mg
Potassium 12.5407mg
Selenium 0.49886mcg
Sodium 84.9158mg
Zinc 0.03951mg
Other Fats
Omega 3 Fatty Acids 0.0g
Omega 6 Fatty Acids 0.0g
Other
Alcohol 0.0g
Caffeine 0.0mg


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