Maggi noodles syn value

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  1. Christiana

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    Hi guys,

    Can somebody please tell me how many syns are in Maggi chicken flavour 2 minute noodles (77g pack)? Here's the stats:

    Per 100g
    Kcal 85
    Protein 1.8g
    Carbs 11.4g
    Of which sugars 0.3g
    Fat 3.6g
    Of which saturates 1.6g
    Fibre 0.6g
    Sodium 0.4g
    Salt equivalent 0.9g

    Thanks so much!
     
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    Sorry hun, SW don't list Maggi as the manifacture.. not sure where else to look. x
     
  4. Christiana

    Christiana Mens sana in corpore sano

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    On the pack, it says it's distributed by a company called Osem, if that helps? Thank you!
     
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    I just did that, but it threw it back as Rosemary Coneley, but when I typed in noodles, it said it wasn't listed. Sorry.. try calling SW direct? x
     
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    I put it through the calculator with a free food of noodles on green (hope this is right) and the results were -
    1 Syn per package/portion on Extra Easy, 1 Syn per package/portion on Green, 3½ Syns per package/portion on Original.

    Hope this helps.
     
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    Yes it does help a lot, thanks so much guys!
     
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    I have just bought some of the Maggi 2 minute noodles but on my pack it has COMPLETELY different nutritional info, like, 453 calories per 100g!!! I also found this thread on another forum that states they're 9.5 syns. Are these noodles you are talking about here a low fat version??

    This is the other thread with nutritional info:

    Syn values please! - iVillage UK Community
     
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    I suspect one set of NVs is for dried weight and the other for cooked weight? eg this one is a 77g pack and 441kcal/100g values will definitely be dry weight, the 'per serving' shows you how many cals in a pack.
     
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    Hmm, my "per serving" values still put it at 353 calories and 14.8g of fat, which seems too much for them to only be 1 syn? And working on the values that are given in this thread, isn't 3.5 syns on a red day very low for 100g of noodles? Sorry if I am causing confusion, just want to be sure and I feel like there is a mistake here somewhere!
     
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    14.8g fat would be too much for 1 syn I agree. On a red day noodles are not free so they would always be 1 syn per 20 calories which would make yours 17.5 syns. On a Green orr EE day using dried noodles as a free food the one I posted above works out at:

    7 Syns per package/portion

    I expect the original poster used cooked noodles as the free food when they should have used dried noodles/savoury pot
     
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    that sounds more feasible I think.Thanks for clearing this up!
     
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