How accurate is cronometer?

I'm trying to work out the nutritional value of 500g dry, uncooked, plain, white, unenriched pasta made from 100% durum wheat semolina.

Chronometer is telling me that 500g would give me a few B vitamins which I expected, but also quite significant amounts of copper and other minerals.

what I added: https://imgur.com/YNaCHNP

the results: https://imgur.com/OCI3Yx4

Is this accurate? I considered white pasta to be basically nutritionally void - even in large quantities.

Is chronometer's nutritional assessment a bit optimistic?

Can anyone recommend any other similar databases to try?

Thanks :)


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