Cheese and pickle sandwich on brown bread

From the label here, you can see that two slices of brown bread contain 202 calories (10% of the Reference Intake (RI) for calories) and 2.5g of sugars (3% of the Reference Intake for sugars).

As you can see from the second label, a slice of Cheddar cheese contains 94 calories and less than 0.5g of sugars. For two slices, there are 188 calories (10% of the Reference Intake for calories) and less than 1g of sugars (less than 2% of the Reference Intake for sugars).

15g of pickle contains 16 calories (less than 1% of the Reference Intake for calories) and 3.1g of sugars (3% of the Reference Intake for sugars).

You can see from the fourth label (based on 100g of butter) that 10g of butter would contain 70.6 calories (4% of the Reference Intake for calories) and 0.06g of sugars (less than 1% of the Reference Intake for sugars).

In total, the sandwich contains 476.6 calories (24% of the Reference Intake for calories) and 6.6g of sugars (8% of the Reference Intake for sugars).