The net carbs on the USDAB label for Karoun Dairies, Mediterranean Style Tzatziki Labne Kefir Cheese shows 4g NET. I am looking at the product and it shows 2g cabs with 1g fiber. Total NET carbs 1. Which nutritional value do I use ?
We have a food in our database called Karoun Dairies, Mediterranean Style Tzatziki Labne Kefir Cheese, or you can search for Food #4065273; this food has 4 g of net carbs (4 g carbs and 0 g of fiber). It sounds like this is a better match with the food you have!
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Yes but the nutrition label on the package/tupperware container shows its 1g net carb. Which is accurate or correct to go by?
When I scanned the barcode, that entry you mention is what it gave me. But the label on the container says different, 1g net carb. I'm confused to which to go by.
Oh - I'm sorry, I misunderstood!
If the product is showing different information than your label, we can update the nutrition information for you! Please report an issue with the food. After you scan the barcode to open the food, tap on the menu icon in the top right corner and selec Report Issue. Our curation team will fix it ASAP.
But the info on chronometer is from USDAB. usda info vs label on container.
If the USDAB info is out of date our curation team would be happy to remove the out of date food in our database and replace it with the nutrition information you have on your container.
Thanks for your help
The issue you are not understand if the USDAB info is up to date or not. Because the label of the product is different, how can I know which is up to date and which is not.
Is it that difficult to understand? Which info do I use to trust.?
Sorry for the confusion Boo! Use the information given on the label on your container. That will definitely be a better match for your Kefir Cheese product.