Dietary Fiber, Sugar, Vitamins A & C, Calcium and Iron are unknown at this time.
Serving weights for Broaster products are average weights after cooking based on fresh chicken in the typical 2-3/4 to 3 lb. range prior to cooking.
All figures shown are for 8-piece cut chicken pieces with skin in place. If the skin is removed by the consumer from Genuine Broaster Chicken®, fat, calories, and carbohydrates can be reduced as follows:
• Breast - total fat decreases by 82%, calories decrease by 32%, and carbohydrates decrease by 90%.
• Thigh - total fat decreases by 61%, calories decrease by 38%, and carbohydrates decrease by 90%.
COMPANY INFORMATION:The Broaster Company
2855 Cranston Road
Beloit, Wisconsin 53511-3991
United States of America
Broaster®, Broasted®, Broaster Chicken®, Broaster Foods®, Broasterie®, and BroTisserie® are registered trademarks of The Broaster Company.
SOURCE: Company Web Site
UPDATED ON: 9/6/2006
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