Bacon sandwich with brown sauce (white bread)

Next time you’re rustling up a bacon sandwich for breakfast, take a look at the labels on the bread and the bacon.

The first label here shows two grilled rashers of this bacon make up 5% of the Reference Intake (RI) for calories and none of the Reference Intake for sugars.

From the second label, you can see that two slices of this white bread make up 10% of the Reference Intake for calories and 2% of the Reference Intake for sugars.

The third label for this brown sauce reveals that two servings are 36 calories and contain 7g of sugars. This makes up 2% of the Reference Intake for calories and 8% of the Reference Intake for sugars.

Don’t forget to count the butter you put on your bread too. From this label you can see that a spread of this butter (10g) will be 4% of the Reference Intake for calories and none of the Reference Intake for sugars.