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Babyfood, desert, fruit dessert, mango with tapioca food facts

USDA SR27 Database Food #03140 category baby-foods Food Products
Measurement
measure
Amount: 1 tbsp = 15 grams
of BABYFOOD,FRUIT DSSRT,MANGO W/ TAPIOCA
Current Multiple = 1
Measurement Choices:
1 tbsp   1 oz
1 jar, Gerber (4 oz)   1 jar

Multiply Current Measurement by:
1/2 1 2 3 4
Calories
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NutrientValuePct Daily DRINotesNutrientValuePct Daily DRINotes
Calories 11 kcal
 
? KiloJoules 44 kJ
 
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Carbs: 11 Cals,   Fat:0 Cals,   Protein: 0 CalsCarbs: 42 KJs,   Fat: 1 KJs,   Protein: 1 KJs
Macronutrients
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NutrientValuePct Daily DRINotesNutrientValuePct Daily DRINotes
Carbohydrates2.85 g
 
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Fat0.03 g
 
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Protein0.05 g
 
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Fiber0.2 g
 
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Water12 g
 
?Ash0.05 g
 
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Vitamins
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NutrientValuePct Daily DRINotesNutrientValuePct Daily DRINotes
Vitamin A - RAE3 mcg
 
?Vitamin A - IU68 IU
 
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Vitamin B-60.012 mg
 
?Vitamin B-120 mcg
 
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Vitamin C2.4 mg
 
?Vitamin E0.1 mg
 
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Thiamine0.003 mg
 
?Riboflavin0.003 mg
 
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Niacin0.03 mg
 
?Pantothenic Acid0.015 mg
 
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Folate1 mcg
 
?Total Choline0.7 mg
 
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Betain-x   vitamin K0.4 mcg
 
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Minerals
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NutrientValuePct Daily DRINotesNutrientValuePct Daily DRINotes
Calcium1 mg
 
?Copper0.005 mg
 
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Fluoride1.8 mcg
 
?Iron0.03 mg
 
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Magnesium1 mg
 
?Manganese-x   
Phosphorus1 mg
 
?Selenium0.1 mcg
 
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Potassium*10 mg
 
?Sodium1 mg
 
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Zinc0.005 mg
 
?-x   
Sugars
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NutrientValue NotesNutrientValue Notes
Total Sugar1.95 g
 
?Starch nullCaffeine 0 g ?Theobromine 0 g ?
Fats
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Total Lipids0.03 gCalories from Fat = 0.3 kcals   percent Total Calories = 2 %
Polyunsaturated fat0.005 g?
Monounsaturated fat0.009 g?
Saturated fat0.006 g?
Transfat-x   
Omega30.003 g Omega60.001 g
Ω3 / Ω63 : 1Ω6 / Ω30.33 : 1
Sterols
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Specific sterols are not specified or else present for this food
Protein
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Specific Proteins are not specified or else present for this food.
Carotenoids
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NutrientValue   NotesNutrientValue   Notes
Vitamin A - RAE3 mcg
 
 Retinol0 mcg
 
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Vitamin A - IU68 mcg
 
 Cryptoxanthin1 mcg
 
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Beta Carotene39 mcg
 
?Alpha Carotine2 mcg
 
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Lycopene0 mcg
 
?Lutein + zeaxanthin0 mcg
 
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Footnotes
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Primary compilation data:
US Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service, Nutrient Data Laboratory.
USDA National Nutrient Database for Standard Reference, Release 27. Current: August 2014.
http://www.ars.usda.gov/ba/bhnrc/ndl

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