Now Nutrition Facts Label panels on certain Kraft Foods products have even more information to help you gauge serving sizes, calories and nutrient content of foods. Two sets of nutrition information within the Nutrition Facts Label may be displayed on certain Kraft Foods products.
The Serving Size is a typical portion, not the recommended amount. Some people may choose to eat a smaller or larger portion based on their specific needs for calories and other nutrients. The Serving Size is based on government labeling regulations. All of the nutrient information on the Nutrition Facts Label is based on this Serving Size.
Vitamins and minerals are essential nutrients needed for optimal health and disease prevention. Look on the Nutrition Facts panel of foods for these "hard-to-get" nutrients, such as vitamins A and C and calcium or iron, which are minerals.
Exchanges are a guide to food choices for people who follow a meal planning program for diabetes or weight management.
Exchange values are given for Healthy Living Recipes on this website. Exchange values are based on the recipe serving size. The following exchange lists and abbreviations are used:Starch
Dietary Exchanges are based on Choose Your Foods: Exchange Lists for Diabetes © 2008 or on Exchange Lists for Meal Planning © 2003 by the American Diabetes Association and the American Dietetic Association. A registered dietitian (RD) or certified diabetes educator can help you understand how exchanges for specific food choices can fit into your personal meal plan.