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nutritional content for 2 different types of scallops ranging from 0 to 0 g per 100g. The nutritional Sugar content can be scaled by the amount in grams, oz or typical serving sizes. Simply click on a food item or beverage from the list at the bottom of the page to give a full nutrition breakdown to answer the question how much Sugar is found in scallops?
The list below, brought to you by dietandfitnesstoday.com, gives the total Sugar content in the 2 items from the general description 'scallops' each of which show the Sugar amount as well as calories and common serving sizes. These 2 types of scallops range from Mollusks, scallop, mixed species, raw through to Mollusks, scallop, (bay and sea), cooked, steamed and are ranked by the content or amount per 100g.
An example from the list below under the general description of scallops is Mollusks, scallop, (bay and sea), cooked, steamed and in this food example the amount of Sugar per 100g is 0 g. The associated calorie content for this food item is 111 kcal per 100g, which is 6 % of the recommended daily calorie allowance.
Average Value for scallops
The average (or more correctly the arithmetic mean) amount of Sugar contained in 100g of scallops, based on the list below of 2 different items under the general description of scallops, is 0.00 g of Sugar. The average calories for the foods listed is 90.00 kcal which is 5 % of the daily value for calories per 100g serving.
Highest Sugar Content per 100g
Using the list below for the 2 different scallops nutrition entries in our database, the highest amount of Sugar is found in Mollusks, scallop, mixed species, raw which contains 0 g of Sugar per 100g. The associated percentage of RDA is % and provides a calorie content of 69 kcal in 100g. The lowest amount of Sugar is in Mollusks, scallop, (bay and sea), cooked, steamed which in 100g contains 0 g of Sugar. This gives as percentage of the recommended daily allowance % of the RDA. The corresponding calories in 100g for Mollusks, scallop, (bay and sea), cooked, steamed is 111 kcal.
The difference between the highest and lowest values gives a range of 0 g of Sugar per 100g. The range of calories for these foods is from 69 kcal through to 111 kcal. The equivalent percentage of the daily recommended calories is 3 % through to 5.55 % for a 2000 Calorie per day diet.
From this list of foods there are zero foods which contain greater than 50% of the RDA per 100g of Sugar.
Highest Amount of Sugar per Serving
Please remember that the above gives an accurate value in 100g for high Sugar foods. For example 100g of Mollusks, scallop, (bay and sea), cooked, steamed contains 0 g of Sugar. However, there are other factors to consider when you are assessing your nutritional requirements. You should also take into account portion sizes when you are considering the Sugar nutritional content.
For Mollusks, scallop, mixed species, raw, which contains the highest amount of Sugar in 100 g, the amount of Sugar in a typical serving of 1 unit 2 large or 5 small (or 30 g) is 0 g.
The food with the highest Sugar content per typical serving is Mollusks, scallop, (bay and sea), cooked, steamed which contains 0 g in 3 oz (or 85 g).
For each item listed below the serving size can be rescaled to show the nutritional breakdown as well as the Sugar content.
From the list below you can find a full nutrition breakdown for all foods containing Sugar which can be scaled for different servings and quantities. We have also sorted our complete nutrition and vitamin database of over 7000 foods, to give a list of foods with Sugar
Scallops Sugar Content per 100g
|Sugar in 100g of 'scallops', click a link for different servings.|
|1. Mollusks, scallop, mixed species, raw - Sugar|
0 g of Sugar per 100g.
For this serving the amount of Calories is 69 kcal per 100g(3 %DV cals).
| A typical serving of 1 unit 2 large or 5 small (or 30g), Sugar nutritional content is 0 g . Calories per serving are 20.7 kcal (1 %DV cals).|
| Other food servings - 3 oz (or 85g), Sugar content is 0 g . Calories per serving are 58.65 kcal (3 %DV cals).|
|2. Mollusks, scallop, (bay and sea), cooked, steamed - Sugar|
0 g of Sugar per 100g.
For this serving the amount of Calories is 111 kcal per 100g(6 %DV cals).
| A typical serving of 3 oz (or 85g), Sugar nutritional content is 0 g . Calories per serving are 94.35 kcal (5 %DV cals).|
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