• Trader Joe's Super Seed Blend With Cranberry & Coconut Chips

    100 Calories
    Per serving
  • Trader Joe's Super Seed Blend With Cranberry & Coconut Chips

    100 Calories
    Per serving
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  • Allergens & Ingredients 13

    Allergic
    Controversial
    Added Sugars
  • Things To Know

    Contains naturally occurring or added sugar(s)
    Low in sodium per serving
    Good source of fiber
    Great source of Iron
    Great source of Phosphorus
    Low in calories per serving
    Low in cholesterol per serving
    Great source of Copper
    Great source of Magnesium
    Contains naturally occuring vitamins and minerals
    Low in Saturated Fat per serving
  • Warnings

    Coconut Juice : Whether coconut should be considered a tree nut is a matter of some controversy. The FDA mandates that coconut be considered a tree nut for labeling purposes; however, as the Food Allergy and Anaphylaxis Network notes, coconut allergies are exceedingly rare, with fewer than 10 reported cases. A June 2007 study in the Annals of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology indicated cross-reactivity between coconuts, walnuts, and hazelnuts in one patient. Your allergist can advise you on the suitability of coconut for your diet.
    Coconut : Whether coconut should be considered a tree nut is a matter of some controversy. The FDA mandates that coconut be considered a tree nut for labeling purposes; however, as the Food Allergy and Anaphylaxis Network notes, coconut allergies are exceedingly rare, with fewer than 10 reported cases. A June 2007 study in the Annals of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology indicated cross-reactivity between coconuts, walnuts, and hazelnuts in one patient. Your allergist can advise you on the suitability of coconut for your diet.
    Coconut Milk : Whether coconut should be considered a tree nut is a matter of some controversy. The FDA mandates that coconut be considered a tree nut for labeling purposes; however, as the Food Allergy and Anaphylaxis Network notes, coconut allergies are exceedingly rare, with fewer than 10 reported cases. A June 2007 study in the Annals of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology indicated cross-reactivity between coconuts, walnuts, and hazelnuts in one patient. Your allergist can advise you on the suitability of coconut for your diet.
    Coconut Chips : Whether coconut should be considered a tree nut is a matter of some controversy. The FDA mandates that coconut be considered a tree nut for labeling purposes; however, as the Food Allergy and Anaphylaxis Network notes, coconut allergies are exceedingly rare, with fewer than 10 reported cases. A June 2007 study in the Annals of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology indicated cross-reactivity between coconuts, walnuts, and hazelnuts in one patient. Your allergist can advise you on the suitability of coconut for your diet.
  • Nutrition Label

    Serving Size: 24.0g

    Servings Per Container: 10

    amount per serving

    calories from fat: 36

    total calories per container: 1000

    total calories from fat: 360

     

    % daily value* (DV)

    recomm-
    ended (DV)

    recommended (DV)

    total fat 4g

    6%

    65g

    trans fat 0g

     

     

    polyunsaturated fat 2 g

     

     

    monounsaturated fat 0.5g

     

     

    0%

    300mg

    1%

    1,500mg

    potassium 130mg

    3%

    4,700mg

    total carbohydrate 13g

    4%

    300g

    16%

    25g**

    protein 3g

     

     

     

    % daily value* (DV)

    units of measure (DV)

    vitamin b6

    2%

    0.04 mg

    calcium

    4%

    40 mg

    copper

    10%

    0.2 mg

    folic acid

    2%

    6 mcg

    iron

    15%

    2.7 mg

    magnesium

    15%

    60 mg

    manganese

    0%

    0.72 mg

    phosphorus

    15%

    150 mg

    zinc

    6%

    0.9 mg

    *Percent daily values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.

    **The World Health Organization (WHO) has recommended that less than 5% of daily caloric intake comes from sugar.

  • Weight Watchers ®

    3
    points
    Winning Points® Value* = 1
    PointsPlus® Value* = 2
    SmartPoints® Value* = 3

     

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