Pillsbury is a very famous and popular brand which produces and manufactures many different types of biscuits and cakes. Pillsbury sells different flavors and varieties of delicious biscuits which are very popular among a large population. Do you know how many different types of biscuits does Pillsbury makes and what is the number of calories that are present in each different variety? If you are interested in finding the answers to these questions out then the following given information will prove to be very useful for you:
One variety of biscuits that Pillsbury is famous for manufacturing is the buttermilk biscuits. 1 serving of these biscuits is equivalent to 64 grams and contain 150 calories in total. Out of these 150 calories, 3% of the calories come from total fats, 24% of the calories come from sodium, 10% of the calories come from total carbohydrates and 4% of the calories come from dietary fiber content. As far as the nutritional value of these buttermilk biscuits sold by Pillsbury is concerned, they have been tagged at C+ grade. The negative point about these Pillsbury biscuits is that they have high amount of sodium present in them.
Pillsbury also manufactures delicious Flaky Layers biscuits. 1 serving of these biscuits weighs about 64 grams and contain 160 calories. The nutritional grade on which these biscuits have been tagged at is C+. Out of the 160 calories, 6% have been contributed by total fat, 5% have been contributed by saturated fat, 23% have been contributed by sodium, 9% have been contributed by total carbohydrates and dietary fiber account for 4% of the calories. There is some percentage of iron in these biscuits as well and this is a good point about them but the presence of large quantity of sodium is a negative point.