(...well one of the reasons anyway)
"Ah look a nice handy little snackpot of cashew nuts in the Health Food aisle.
That'll make a nice healthier alternative to visiting the vending machine for a mid-morning snack. The nutritional info says it's not great for fat, but I'm sure it's "good fat" and it's only 146kcal."
Yay for informed choice and reading the label.
Oh.. what's this? "A typical 25g serving contains"
Eh? But this is a 60g pot? So a "typical serving" is five-twelfths of a pot? Who eats five-twelfths of a pot? That doesn't sound very typical to me.
And why does the pot contain two and one-sixth servings? Are you supposed to buy six pots at a time to get whole servings?