Do nutrition facts labels always include all of the vitamin content of a product, or could the product also contain some vitamins and minerals in sufficient quantities that are not listed on the label?
I bought a jar of almond butter, the Trader Joe's brand, and I was in a rush so I assumed that even though the nutrition facts did not mention Vitamin E or Magnesium that it probably included them because most almond butter, and including much less prominent brands, contain a good amount of these and that is a large reason why people buy almond butter. I realized I was wrong to assume this of course and I of course called the store and they sent an e-mail to the corporate to ask this question. But I was wondering if anyone knew about labels not always including all of the vitamins and minerals in a product. I appreciate anyone who helps or tried to help.