Nestle Quality Street Weights, Calories & Servings

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 Nestle Quality Street Chocolates and for each different type.

Including – information on how many chocolates you can expect to get in a pack, individual weights, calories, and a Quality Street Calculator to work out all of the figures you need for your serving.

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How Many Quality Street are in a Serving?

Quality Street Weight & Calories Per Chocolate

I weighed Nestle Quality Street chocolates from a 650g tub to get an average weight per chocolate for each type.

Nestle doesn’t state the calorie information for each type of chocolate on their packaging, instead, they combine the calories into an overall value of 471kcal per 100g (or 4.71kcal per gram).

The table below shows the average weight per chocolate in metric and imperial weights and calories are based on the assumption that each gram contains 4.71kcal per gram.

Please note, calorie figures are not exact and are based on averages from the nutritional information available.

How Many Quality Street are in a Tub?

I counted the chocolates in a 650g tub of Nestle Quality Street to find out how many chocolates you get per tub and here are the results:

There are a total of 69 chocolates per 650g (629g net weight excluding wrappers) tub of Quality Street and 11 different varieties of chocolate per pack. Based on this amount, the average weight per chocolate is 9.1g/0.32oz.

The table below shows you how many of each type of chocolate you can expect in a standard 650g tub of Quality Street.

Please note, this information is based on what I counted in a typical tub, and amounts may vary.

Quality Street Weight and Calorie Calculator

Use the calculator below to work out the weight and calories for your serving of Nestle Quality Street.

This calculator is based on an average weight of 9.1g (0.32oz) per chocolate and an average calorie amount of 44.5kcal per chocolate (as per pack information).

Quality Street Weight and Calorie Chart

Use the chart below to find more Nestle Quality Street serving weights and calories, these figures are based on an average quality street weight of 9.1g (0.32oz) and using the assumption that each chocolate contains an average of 44.5kcal (as per pack information).

How Many Quality Street are in a Serving?

According to Nestle Quality Street pack information, there are two Quality Street chocolates of any type in a serving. This serving size contains an average of 89 calories (in kcal).

Quality Street Pack Sizes & Servings Per Pack

Nestle Quality Street 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 per chocolate.

More Quality Street Weight & Calorie FAQs

How many Nestle Quality Street are in 100g?

Based on an average weight of 9.1g (0.32oz) per Quality Street chocolate, there are around 11 chocolates in 100g.

Which Quality Street do you get the most of in a tub?

The most common chocolate in a tub of Nestle Quality Street is the fudge in the pink wrapper. On average there are 10 fudges compared to only four green triangles.

What are the purple sweets in Quality Street?

The ‘Purple One’ which is found in Quality Street chocolates contains a hazelnut which is surrounded by soft caramel which is contained inside a milk chocolate shell.

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