Is there any point to use specific brands when they likely used software for nutrition labels?
Methods of nutritional analysis of food products:
- Lab analysis - ideal for heavily processed foods, but takes time and costs $800-1000 per sample
- Nutrition analysis software - fast and convenient; one is $50 per month for unlimited recipes
Single ingredient foods are not required to have lab tests done (labelcalc.com/food-labeling/a-guide-to-single-ingredient-food-labeling-using-online-nutrition-analysis).
So when I see different nutrient quantities for different brands, especially macros, I wonder if there is any point besides the convenience of bar code scanning...