Have you ever wondered what the information on food labels means: it is a source of one or another vitamin or that it is high in a certain vitamin?
All information given to consumers about the "health" of food or dietary supplements is strictly regulated and based on numbers. So, if it is written on the product that it is a source of vitamin C, it means that after eating 100 g of it, you will get at least 15% of the recommended daily allowance of vitamin C. However, if a product is declared to be high in vitamin C, then it contains at least 30% vitamin C per 100 grams.
I wonder how often consumers choose food based on its composition? Do you notice other health-promoting signs like the Green keyhole? I wonder how many Sotukai eaters notice how many vitamins, minerals or fiber this healthy snack has?