Canned pineapple (measuring calories)

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Posted: 19 Jun 2014, 21:21
i buy canned pineapple slices which has no sugar added and packed in 100% pineapple juice. according to the label, 2 slices is 60 calories, im assuming that is without no juice?

there is about 1 cup of just pineapple juice left in the can after eating all the pineapple and i want to drink it. how many calories would be in just the juice, would it be like any other pineapple juice nutritional values (120-130 calories per 8oz)?

also, the label on the can seems to be wrong because it says 1 serving (2 slices) is 114 grams, yet i weigh 2 slices on a accurate scale and its only 68 grams, not 114g which is a huge difference.. so does that mean almost 4 slices would be 60-70 calories, instead of 2?


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