FYI- Healthy Choice Steamers

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noodles26516...

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Posted: 29 Mar 2009, 13:51
I haven't bought any Healthy Choice meals in forever, so maybe this isn't new news but... on the back of the Cafe Steamers at least, they have the WW points on the box.

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chuckledust

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Posted: 29 Mar 2009, 18:39
Just a comment on those Healthy Choice Cafe Steamers, I have found one with two completely different formulations for the same name on the box, different calories, fat, etc... This was confirmed by a Fatsecret member in another part of the country. I see another one where someone has edited it and entered different values from another member's recent entry, and another where someone has created another with the same name and different values. They must have two different formulations. If you see yours differs from one currently in the database, it might be best to add a version two instead of editing the current one.
megan4

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Posted: 29 Mar 2009, 19:17
Oh no... I have been trusting the counts on the food diary - not even checking - guess I better double check - thanks for pointing that out!
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jenny106

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Posted: 30 Mar 2009, 20:26
Not all these meals are manufactured at the same place(this is actually the same for Girl Scout cookies as well-2 different bakers) and the nutritional information can be slightly different.

Anyway, most of the frozen foods, Lean Cuisine as well, has the WW points listed. I always double check myself using the points finder. Better safe than sorry!



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