In this article, I’ve put together a calculator and charts so you can quickly work out the exact weights and calories of various portions of Mars Celebrations Chocolates, for each variety.
Including – information on how many chocolates you can expect to get in a pack, individual weights, and calories, along with a Mars Celebrations Calculator to work out all of the figures you need for your serving.
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Mars Celebrations Weight & Calories Per Chocolate
I weighed Mars Celebrations chocolates from a 664g tub (650g net weight excluding wrappers) to get an average weight per chocolate for each type.
Mars doesn’t confirm the calorie information for each type of chocolate on their packaging, instead, they combine the calories into an overall value of 494kcal per 100g (or 4.94kcal per gram).
The table below shows the average weight per Celebrations chocolate in both metric and imperial weights and calories are based on the assumption that each gram contains 4.94kcal per gram.
Please note, calorie figures are not exact and are based on averages from the nutritional information available.
|Mars Celebrations Chocolate Type
|Average Weight Per Chocolate
|Average calories Per Chocolate
How Many Mars Celebrations are in a Tub?
I counted the chocolates in a 650g tub of Mars Celebrations to find out how many chocolates you get per tub and here are the results:
There are a total of 72 chocolates per 664g (650g net weight excluding wrappers) tub of Mars Celebrations giving an average weight per chocolate of around 9g/0.32oz.
The table below shows you how many of each type of chocolate you can expect in a standard 650g tub of Mars Celebrations.
Please note, this information is based on what I counted in a typical tub, and amounts may vary.
|Mars Celebrations Chocolate Type
|Number of Chocolates Per Tub
Mars Celebrations Weight and Calorie Calculator
Use the calculator below to work out the weight and calories for your serving of Mars Celebrations.
This calculator is based on an average weight of 9g (0.32oz) per chocolate and an average calorie amount of 44.46kcal per average chocolate/4.94kcal per gram (as per pack information).
Please note, calories may vary slightly between different chocolates, and this information is based on average figures based on the nutritional information available.
Mars Celebrations Weight and Calorie Chart
Use the chart below to find more Mars Celebrations serving weights and calories, these figures are based on an average Mars Celebrations weight of 9g (0.32oz) and using the assumption that each chocolate contains an average of 44.46kcal/4.94kcal per gram (as per pack information).
|Mars Celebrations Serving Size
|Average Calories (in kcal)
How Many Mars Celebrations are in a Serving?
Mars Celebrations pack information confirms that a serving of Celebrations chocolates is 27.3g.
Based on an average weight of 9g per chocolate, a serving of celebrations is three chocolates and this serving is equal to 135 calories (in kcal).
Mars Celebrations Pack Sizes & Servings Per Pack
Mars Celebrations Chocolates come in a variety of pack sizes, which each contain different servings per pack.
The table below shows the most recent pack sizes which are widely available in stores and supermarkets along with the average number of chocolates you can expect per pack (based on an average weight of 9g/0.32oz per chocolate).
|Mars Celebrations Pack Size
|Average number of chocolates per pack
|Servings Per Pack (approx)
More Mars Celebrations Weight & Calorie FAQs
Based on an average weight of 9g/0.32oz per Mars Celebrations chocolate, there are around 11 chocolates in 100g.
The most common chocolate in a tub of Mars Celebrations are the Mars and Milky Way chocolates. On average there are around 12-13 Mars and Milky Ways per 650g tub of Celebrations.
There are eight different types of chocolates in Mars Celebrations, these include; Mars, Galaxy, Galaxy Caramel, Bounty, Snickers, Malteasers Teasers, Twix, and Milky Way.
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