In the presence of "other carbohydrates" such as gums or starches, the amount of sugars plus the amount of fibers may not equal the total amount of carbohydrates. In the absence of significant amount of "other carbohydrates" rounding rules, as prescribed in the Food and Drug Regulation, can also bring a bias in the addition of sugars and fibers.
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