How many calories are in an Aladdin wrap?

Nutrition Facts

Calories 290 (1213 kJ)
Sodium 470 mg 20%
Total Carbohydrate 46 g 15%
Dietary Fiber 1 g 4%
Sugars 0 g

How many calories are in a full wrap?

Many delis and restaurants use tortilla wraps that are around 300 calories — just for the wrap itself!

How many calories are in a wheat and white wrap?


Typical Values per 100g per wrap
299 kcal 183 kcal
Total Fat 6.9g 4.2g
(of which saturates) 2.9g 1.8g
Carbohydrate 50.0g 30.6g

How many calories are in a whole wheat buffalo chicken wrap?

439 calories
Crispy Buffalo Chicken Whole Wheat Wrap (1 serving) contains 51g total carbs, 44g net carbs, 18g fat, 24g protein, and 439 calories.

Are Aladdin spinach wraps gluten free?

No, Aladdin Bakers Spinach Wraps is not gluten-free.

Are wheat wraps healthier than bread?

There isn’t much nutritional difference between bread and wraps. Both contain similar ingredients, except the bread is leavened with yeast and a wrap is flat. The Nutrition Facts labels show similar nutritional profiles for one wrap and two slices of commercially baked bread.

What are wheat and white wraps?

Our signature super soft and deliciously light wheat flour tortilla, baked with added wheat germ and wheat fibre to help digestion.

Which wraps are the healthiest?

The six healthiest tortillas and wraps

  1. Siete Foods’ Chickpea Flour Tortillas.
  2. Greenleaf Foods’ Raw Spinach Wraps.
  3. Angelic Bakehouse’s 7-Grain Wraps.
  4. NUCO’s Organic Coconut Wraps with Turmeric.
  5. Norigami’s Gluten-Free Pea Wraps with Chia Seeds.
  6. Flatout’s Foldit 5 Grain Flax Flatbread.

What type of wrap is healthiest?

How to Choose Healthy Wraps. Whole-wheat wraps generally contain more nutrition than plain flour wraps, so also try to find products listed as 100% whole wheat. You’ll know you have one when the first ingredient is whole-wheat, stone-ground whole-wheat, or 100% whole-wheat.

Is whole wheat wrap healthy?

They contain iron, B vitamins, manganese, and potassium. Whole wheat tortillas are healthiest of all! They provide complex carbohydrates and fiber. Half the grains we eat should be whole grains to protect against heart disease, diabetes, obesity, and certain types of cancer.