PLU # 4667

PCC Deli Greek Salad

Ingredients: Organic romaine lettuce, feta cheese (milk), pitted kalamata olives (may contain pits), organic cucumber, red onion, red bell peppers, organic cherry tomatoes

Nutrition highlights:

  • High fiber
  • Nutrient dense

Nutrition Facts

Serving Size 1 ea
% Daily Value* Amount per serving
Calories 210
Calories from Fat 140
23 % Total Fat 15g
40 % Saturated Fat 8g
13 % Cholesterol 40mg
38 % Sodium 910mg
4 % Total Carbohydrate 13g
18 % Dietary Fiber 4.5g
Sugars 6g
Protein 9g
130 % Vitamin A
90 % Vitamin C
30 % Calcium
15 % Iron
* Percent Daily Values (DV) are based on a 2,000 calorie diet

PCC's nutrition comment: "Nutrient dense" means that you are getting a good source of at least 2 different vitamins/minerals. Foods with a high nutrient density ensure that you are getting the most nutritional bang for your buck.

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Note: This database includes nutritionally verified dishes created by the PCC Deli (hence, it does not include occasional items such as daily specials). As a seasonal grocer, please remember that not every dish listed is available year-round. Also, not all items are available at all stores, as each PCC Deli offers a seasonal selection tailored to its shoppers. Please call ahead to your neighborhood PCC Deli to determine availability.

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Filter key:

  • High fiber: 2.5g or more fiber per serving
  • High protein: 10g protein, with 40% or more total kcal from protein
  • Low sodium: 140 mg or less sodium per serving
  • Low fat: 5 grams or less total fat per serving
  • Low saturated fat: 2 grams or less saturated fat per serving
  • Low calories: 120kcal or less per serving
  • Cholesterol free: 0mg cholesterol
  • Nutrient dense: 25% or more of any 2 of the 4 micronutrients (Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Calcium, Iron)
  • Whole grain: Made with 100% whole grains
  • Cruciferous vegetable: One of the first 3 ingredients is a cruciferous vegetable, such as cabbage, broccoli, or kale