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09 Mar 2004

Fat content
Some labels state grams of fat per ml,how do I convert this to grams to calculate how many grams of fat there is to 100g
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01 Jan 0001

Dear Juli
If the fat content is expressed in grams per ml (usually in liquids or semi-solid products), then the liquid measure of 1 ml is regarded as equivalent to 1g in solids. For example if milk contains .03g per ml, then it would contain 3g of fat per 100 ml or 100 g.
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