Is there any nutrition to this frozen cheese pizza that I found in a grocery store in France?
Energy: 1155 kj/277 kcal
Fats: 15.1g, of which saturated: 8.5g
Carbs: 9.9g, of which sugar: 1.2g
Crust (40%) : Label Rouge wheat flour, water, sourdough (9,9%), EVOO, salt, bread yeast.
Filling (60%) : Label Rouge Emmental cheese (32%), tomato sauce (Provence tomato puree, water, onions, EVOO, salt, sugar, garlic, herbes de Provence, parsley, pepper), Label Rouge Raclette cheese (19%), AOC comté cheese (14%), black olives (olives, salt), marjoram (oregano).
What I mean by nutrition is vitamins, minerals, etc.
- .Lv 72 years agoFavorite Answer
A tiny bit of fiber, and some protein. Wheat flour is better than white, but it doesn't say 100% wheat or whole grain, so it may or may not have as much nutrition in that ingredient as it could. Looks like the protein is coming only from the cheese (not meat).
- Anonymous2 years ago
Everything you listed, especially the fat and energy are all what we call nutrition.
Low calorie food is like jerking off and being proud of it. You'd have to revel in how many potential babies you spilled on the walk to have congruity in your life after eating low calorie food for the purpose of getting nutrition to lose weight. If you've ever wonders when we'll all gleefully punch ourselves in the head and pay for it, the current diet industry is it.