Is the dressing typically included (Europe) in the nutritional label of a supermarket salad?
I am using cronometer to control the vitamins/aminoacids/etc that I eat, rather than the macro nutrients. For that reason, I am lately trying to log the pre-made food that I buy as a recipe (guesstimating the amounts of each ingredient from the label), rather than taking directly the values from the nutritional label, which only include fat/carbs/protein. This is working quite well in most cases (after I finish the recipe, the values of the nutritional label fit well with the ones of my recipe), except for salads, in which my estimation always has more fat and calories. The salads that I buy come with a small cup of dressing, and I wonder... Is that not included in the nutritional values? It's the only explanation I can come up with, but I would like some confirmation. Does anybody know?
I am in Europe, in the Netherlands.
Attached, a picture of the salad label - in dutch