Two cream crackers and cheese (30g)

As you can see from the label opposite, there are 35 calories per cracker, meaning that two crackers contain 70 calories (4% of the Reference Intake (RI) for calories) and less than 1g of sugars (less than 1% of the Reference Intake for sugars).

For the grated Cheddar cheese, you can see from the second label that 30g equates to 117 calories (6% of the Reference Intake for calories) and less than 0.5g of sugars (less than 1% of the Reference Intake for sugars).

You can see from the third label (based on 100g of butter) that 10g of butter would contain 70.6 calories (4% of the Reference Intake for calories) and 0.06g of sugars (less than 1% of the Reference Intake for sugars).

In total, the snack contains 257.6 calories (14% of the Reference Intake for calories) and 1.56g of sugars (less than 3% of the Reference Intake for sugars).