Is soup base counted with the nutrition facts in Ramen Noodles?

Are the calories from the soup base counted in the nutrition facts? Or do you have to add them up yourself?

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  • shorty
    Lv 5
    7 years ago
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    The nutritional info involves the entire contents of the package which is all counted as one serving, the soup base is really where most of the calories are from as it has relatively high levels of sodium and some amount of fat maybe not a siginificant amount to be place in the info but one packt contains about 90 calories the noodles would have the carbs some amount of sodium

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  • Alyce
    Lv 7
    7 years ago

    The nutrition facts include everything (and only) the things in the packet. So it includes the soup base and noodles. Pay attention to the serving size and number of servings per package.

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  • 4 years ago

    If the liquid is drained, i'd evaluate them merely ramen noodles. Soup exhibits there is liquid available with the garnish (noodles, vegetables and so on.). remember, all noodles are pasta yet all pasta isn't noodles! From Pennsylvania.

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