What We’re Actually Eating When We Buy Famous Food Brands

February 12, 2017

When we consume various brands of food from day to day we rarely stop to think about what their real nutritional value or composition actually is.

We at LikeAble decided it was time to find out what we’re actually buying when we pick up famous brands at the store.

A small bag of potato chips

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Based on an average potato weighing 90 g.

A medium-sized bag of potato chips

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A large bag of potato chips

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You can find out more about the production of potato chips here.

A carton of fruit juice

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The juice you buy in cartons isn’t actually squeezed from fruit. It’s made from concentrate and diluted with water. You can find out more here.

Tomato ketchup

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This sauce is made using tomato paste. It doesn’t contain any fresh tomatoes.

A small portion of French fries

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A large portion of French fries

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Potato wedges

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You can find out more about how McDonald’s makes their food here.

Carrot sticks

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Based on the average carrot weighing 80 g.

Apple slices

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Based on the average apple weighing 170 g.

Crab sticks

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Crab sticks are actually made from the meat of fish, for the most part from cod. You can find out the details here.

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