Why is there such a big difference of carbs in dark chocolate?

by shellfishMonkey   Last Updated October 07, 2019 18:17 PM - source

I'm noticing that there is a huge difference of the amount of carbs in dark chocolate.

For example, Lindt Excellence Cocoa 90% says: 100g chocolate: 592 kcal 55g fat 10g protein 19g carbs of which 14g is sugar in 100g chocolate.

Amedei Toscano Black 90% says per 100g chocolate: 741 kcal 53g fat 11g protein 55g carbs of which 32g sugar per 100g chocolate.

Both are 90%, similar protein and fat amounts but the carbs differs a lot. Why is that, what's going on here?



Answers 1


per 100g chocolate: 741 kcal 53g fat 11g protein 55g carbs

53 + 11 + 55 = 119. So either you misread or they miswrote.

Sneftel
Sneftel
October 07, 2019 18:01 PM

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