1/2 sheet cake marble

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1/2 sheet cake marble
Name1/2 sheet cake marble
Food_groupSugary snacks,Biscuits and cakes
Keto_friendlinessHigh carb
Net carbohydrates50
Saturated fats6.25
Serving weight0.062 CAKE (80 g)
Serving description1/2 sheet cake marble

1/2 sheet cake marble is a high carb food item popular in United States
* Food additives: E102 - Tartrazine, E110 - Sunset yellow FCF, E127 - Erythrosine, E129 - Allura red ac, E132 - Indigotine, E133 - Brilliant blue FCF, E322 - Lecithins, E322i - Lecithin, E412 - Guar gum, E415 - Xanthan gum, E450 - Diphosphates, E450i - Disodium diphosphate, E471 - Mono- and diglycerides of fatty acids, E475 - Polyglycerol esters of fatty acids, E500 - Sodium carbonates, E500ii - Sodium hydrogen carbonate
* Brand owner: Dierberg's Markets, Inc.
Dierberg's Markets, Inc.
* Food ingredients: With active ingredients of fat in moderate quantity, saturated fat in high quantity, sugars in high quantity, salt in moderate quantity

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