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What are some nutrition facts about Jackson's Old Fashioned Lemon Jumble cookies?

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One serving of Jackson's Old Fashioned Lemon Jumble cookies has approximately 150 calories, 6 grams of fat and 23 grams of carbohydrates. A serving is equal to three cookies or 32 grams. Find more nutrition information for these cookies on CalorieCount.com, Fitbit.com, Miils.com or NutritionValue.org.

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What are some nutrition facts about Jackson's Old Fashioned Lemon Jumble cookies?
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Of the 150 calories in three Lemon Jumble cookies, 54 calories are from fat. A serving of the cookies contains 6 grams of fat, or 10 percent of an average person's required daily intake. Of that 6 grams, 2 grams are of saturated fat. This represents 20 percent of an average daily requirement. As of 2015, the cookies contain no trans fats.

Miils offers a percentage breakdown of the chemical composition of Jackson's Old Fashioned Lemon Jumble cookies. Some nutrients that appear to absent in the 32-gram serving nutrition values do appear in trace amounts. The cookies contain only 6 milligrams of cholesterol and 61 milligrams of potassium per 100 grams.

One serving of Lemon Jumble cookies contains 10 grams of sugar. The cookies are over one-quarter sugar in terms of composition, with a 100-gram portion containing 32 grams of sugar. Jackson's Old Fashioned Lemon Jumble cookies contain 4 percent of the average daily requirement of iron, and are not a source of other vitamins and minerals.

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