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kpurvis

weighing in on the numbers

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Hey, Mark. Thanks for doing this.

Times recipes never move with nutrition analysis on recipes. Since I know it's not a question of lack of resources, I'm curious about the policy on that. Is there a paper-wide policy?

As a writer, do you have an opinion on the value (or lack of value) of nutrition analysis per-serving? Do you get much feedback from readers on that?


Kathleen Purvis, food editor, The Charlotte (NC) Observer

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Hey, Mark. Thanks for doing this.

Times recipes never move with nutrition analysis on recipes. Since I know it's not a question of lack of resources, I'm curious about the policy on that. Is there a paper-wide policy?

Honestly, I don't know. And I think nutritional analyses are notoriously inaccurate anyway.

As a writer, do you have an opinion on the value (or lack of value) of nutrition analysis per-serving? Do you get much feedback from readers on that?

You're the first!

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