Not trying to be awkward but how does it show that?
I don't know where to look on the chart for that.
Never used Cronometer before. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cream
shows cream as up to 36%.
Edit to add: or up to 55% for clotted cream.
Oh boy, AnnaSpanna - I know lots of people make this same mistake, I did and probably everyone reading this post did at one time, and it's one that the food industry wants you to make. When dieticians, the doctors, the USDA, WHO and all other scientific organizations refer to the percentage of fat in food, they are referring to calories. DREAM Blends Almond, Cashew and Hazelnut milk has 50 calories per cup - 25 of those calories are from fat. Therefore, 50% of the calories are fat.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cream shows cream as up to 36%.
This calculation is not percentage of calorie - this is percentage by weight - it includes the weight of the water/liquid. There are 20 calories in a tbsp of half and half cream and 15 of those calories are fat making it 78% fat http://www.fatsecret.com/calories-nutri ... f-and-half
BTW, water isn't added - this is the naturally occurring water in the milk as expressed by the cow - it has no fat AND no calories but it does have weight.
It's a very deceptive method to make a food look healthier. Bottom line - we can't trust anything on the food label except the nutrition facts and ingredient list.
I highly recommend Jeff Novick's DVD "Should I Eat That" http://www.drmcdougall.com/store_should_i_eat_that.html
You'll discover the tricks industry uses to fool us. He explains how Pam cooking spray which is 100% fat can claim to be fat free, and other magical distortions. Jeff is very entertaining, but the information is priceless.