ChipotleChicken Breast

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50
0G
25 MG
< 1 G
11 G

Nutritional Facts

Serv. Size:2 oz.

Serv. Per Container:varied

CALORIES:50

FAT CALORIES:5

*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.

TOTAL FAT 0.5 g 1%

SATURATED FAT 0g 0%

TRANS FAT 0g  

CHOLESTEROL 25 mg 8%

SODIUM 420mg 18%

TOTAL CARBS < 1 g 0%

DIETARY FIBER 0 g 0%

SUGARS 0 g

PROTEIN 11 g 20%

VITAMIN A 0 % VITAMIN C 2 % CALCIUM 0 % IRON 2 %
Gluten FreeGluten Free

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No Nitrates or Nitrites addedNo Added Hormones*No Added Hormones*

Federal regulations prohibit the use of hormones in pork and poultry. If a claim is to be made it must include the qualifier "Federal regulations prohibit the use of hormones in pork/poultry." For beef, the term the "no Hormones administered" may be approved for use on the label of beef products if sufficient documentation is provided to the Agency by the producer showing no HORMONES have been used in raising the animals.

Sliced to Order
Tags: *Federal regulations prohibit the use of hormones in poultry, No Nitrates or Nitrites added, Sliced at the Deli Counter