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Veggie Burger vs Meat burger - chart

Vegan burger nutrition
 
Hamburger bun 1 portion (50g)
Beef burger 1 portion (90g)
Medium portion chips (165g)
Ketchup 1 portion pack (20g)
Totals
Wholemeal roll 1 portion (50g)
1 Redwood burger (114g)
Potato wedges 1 portion (165g)
1 portion salad (200g)
Totals 
Energy (kcal)
132 293.4 267.3 23 715.7 122 207.48 116.82 24 470.3
Protein (g)
4.55 23.85 5.28 0.32 34 5.2 21.888 2.772 1.4 31.26
Fat (g)*
2.5 21.96 6.93 0.02 31.41 1.65 9.348 2.244 0.6 13.842
Carbohydrate (g)
24.4 0.09 49.17 5.72 79.38 23.05 7.752 22.704 3.6 57.106
Fibre (g)
0.8 0 3.3 0.18 4.28 2.2 5.13 1.716 2 11.046
Saturated fat (g)
0.55 9.81 2.97 Tr 13.33 0.4 1.14 0.231 0.2 1.971
Monounsaturated fat (g)
0.65 10.08 2.64 Tr 13.37 0.45 1.824 1.056 Tr 3.33
Polyunsaturated fat (g)
0.55 0.63 0.99 Tr 2.17 0.35 5.928 0.726 0.2 7.204
Trans fat (g)
N 1.26 ? Tr 1.26 N 0 0 ? 0
Cholesterol (mg)
0 67.5 0 0 67.5 0 0 0 0 0
Sodium (mg)
275 360 87.45 326 1048.45 263 946.2 9.24 12 1230.44
Potassium (mg)
55 342 874.5 70 1341.5 124 444.6 475.2 330 1373.8
Calcium (mg)
65 9 19.8 2.6 96.4 43.5 71.82 6.6 38 159.92
Magnesium (mg)
15.5 19.8 44.55 3.8 83.65 30.5 63.84 22.44 16 132.78
Phosphate (mg)
75 189 198 6.2 468.2 98.5 201.78 48.84 70 419.12
Iron (mg)
1.15 2.25 1.32 0.06 4.78 1.2 0.798 0.528 0.8 3.326
Vitamin A (as precursor Beta Carotene) (ug)
0 Tr Tr 94.6 94.6 0 2.052 0 740 742.052
Vitamin D (ug)
N 1.62 0 0 1.62 0 0 0 0 0
Vitamin E (mg)
Tr 0.351 0.726 N 1.077 0.15 2.964 0.0825 0.82 4.0165
Vitamin B1 (mg)
0.115 0.009 0.1815 0.2 0.5055 0.15 0.57 0.2805 0.1 1.1005
Vitamin B6 (mg)
0.03 0.279 0.6105 0.006 0.9255 0.05 0.114 0.5775 0.22 0.9615
Vitamin B12 (ug)
Tr 2.7 0 0 2.7 0 Tr 0 0 0
Folate (Vitamin B9) (ug)
24 9 34.65 0.2 67.85 28.5 102.6 46.2 58 235.3
Vitamin C (mg)
0 0 19.8 0.4 20.2 0 0.855 14.52 8 23.375

*Note for nerds:
Explanation for why the individual fatty acid or the fatty acid classes don't add up to the total lipid (fat).
The fatty acids are reported as grams of fatty acid per 100 grams of food. They may not add up to the total lipid value provided in a database because the fat value may include some non-fatty acid material, such as, glycerol, phosphate, sugar or sterol. In the case of vegetable oils that are 100% triglyceride, 95.6% is fatty acid and the remaining 4.4% is glycerol. For other fats, the percent of fatty acid will be even lower. Lipid conversion factors for specific fats define the amount of fatty acid (in grams) per gram of fat. The factor is 0.956 for triglycerides and lower for other fats. The factors used in each section of Agriculture Handbook No. 8 were published in an appendix table. In addition, the individual fatty acids may not add up to their respective total fatty acid classes (saturated, monounsaturated, and polyunsaturated) and in turn, the sum of the total for each class may not add up to the value for total lipid.

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