cola Carbonated beverage

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cola Carbonated beverage Food Facts

Carbonated beverage, cola, without caffeine food facts

USDA SR27 Database Food #14147 category drinks-beverages Food Products Common Name: soft drink, pop, soda
Measurement
measure spectrum
Amount: 1 fl oz = 31 grams
of CARBONATED BEV,COLA,WO/CAFFEINE
Current Multiple = 1
14147
Measurement Choices:
1 fl oz   1 can 12 fl oz
1 bottle 16 fl oz  

Multiply Current Measurement by:
1/2 1 2 3 4
Calories
nutrient-1
Nutrient
Value
Pct Daily RDA
Nutrient
Value
Pct Daily RDA
13 kcal
 
53 kJ
 
Macronutrients
nutrient-2
Nutrient
Value
Pct Daily RDA
Nutrient
Value
Pct Daily RDA
3.28 g
 
0 g
 
0 g
 
0 g
 
27.78 g
 
0.02 g
 
Macronutrients are elements or substances that are essential in larger amounts to the growth and health of a living organism.
Close Notes
Vitamins
nutrient-3
Nutrient
Value
Pct Daily RDA
Nutrient
Value
Pct Daily RDA
0 mg
 
0 mcg
 
0 mg
 
0 mg
 
0 mcg
 
0.1 mg
 
0 mcg
 
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Vitamins are:
Minerals
nutrient-4
Nutrient
Value
Pct Daily RDA
Nutrient
Value
Pct Daily RDA
1 mg
 
0 mg
 
0.01 mg
 
0 mg
 
0 mg
 
3 mg
 
0.03 mcg
 
1 mg
 
1 mg
 
0.003 mg
 
NS
 
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Minerals are:
Sugars
nutrient-5
Nutrient
Value
Pct Daily RDA
Nutrient
Value
Pct Daily RDA
3.28 g
 
0 g
 
1.39 g
 
1.89 g
 
Sugar
0 g
 
NS
 
0 mg
 
0 mg
 
Footnotes:
~Includes retail and fast food, without ice products.~ D
**(269) ~Retail products have higher values than fast food products.~ N
**(210) ~Fast food products contain sucrose while retail products do not.~ N
**(211) ~Retail products have higher values than fast food products.~ N
**(212) ~Retail products have higher values than fast food products.~ N

This food, briefly described as CARBONATED BEV,COLA,WO/CAFFEINE, supplies an extra generous amount of the following vitamins, minerals and nutrients:


Carbohydrate, by difference The RDA for carbohydrates is based on its role as the primary energy source for the brain. The AMDR is based on its role as a source of Calories (kcal) while maintaining body weight.
Total Sugars should not exceed 25% of calorie intake Glucose (dextrose) Fructose