How are reconstituted products rated ? Updated by

Products said to be "reconstituted" are products that aren't consumed as they are, but need to be mixed with water or milk. Examples include: sweetened powdered chocolate, syrups, dehydrated soups and noodles, cube broths, potato flakes, etc.

For its calculations, Yuka assumes 100g or 100ml of product mixed with water or milk (as it's actually consumed) and not on 100g of raw product.

This may explain why the values on the packaging are not the same as those in the application.

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