Calories in Liquorice
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Calories in Liquorice

Calories in Liquorice

Table 1 = Calories per 100g

Calories from... (salty)% (rounded)

Fat

3

Carbs

93

Protein

5

Calories Per 100g: Liquorice

(based on average values)

ServingKcalFatCarbProt
100g allsorts liquorice40006.2 g82.7 g02.3 g
100g salty liquorice36001.0 g82.1 g04.4 g
100g sweet liquorice35002.0 g78.1 g03.6 g

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About calories in liquorice

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Source for calories in liquorice: Department of Nutrition – National Food Institute – Technical University of Denmark.

How many calories in liquorice?

There are 400 calories in 100g of allsorts liquorice.
There are 360 calories in 100g of salty liquorice.
There are 350 calories in 100g of sweet liquorice.

Percentage of calories from macronutrients:

About 3% of the calories in liquorice comes from fat.
About 93% of the calories in liquorice comes from carbs.
About 5% of the calories in liquorice comes from protein.

How much fat in liquorice?

There are 6.2g of fat in 100g of allsorts liquorice.
There are 1g of fat in 100g of salty liquorice.
There are 2g of fat in 100g of sweet liquorice.

How many carbs in liquorice?

There are 82.7g of carbs in 100g of allsorts liquorice.
There are 82.1g of carbs in 100g of salty liquorice.
There are 78.1g of carbs in 100g of sweet liquorice.

How much protein in liquorice?

There are 2.3g of protein in 100g of allsorts liquorice.
There are 4.4g of protein in 100g of salty liquorice.
There are 3.6g of protein in 100g of sweet liquorice.

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