It turns out that not a single food in my house shows at least 60 grams of carbohydrate for a single serving. I do not buy lunchables or whatever else might have that amount of carbs in a single serving. I buy the individual items and ingredients that we make meals out of. Why does this matter? My son is in a Biology class where they are collecting and analyzing food labels as part of a class project. Requirements like high protein/low fat, low sodium, and other things to look for were easy enough. He still needs 2 high carb/low protein/low fat, 2 high carb/high fat/ low protein, and 2 high carb/high protein/high fat. They are not going by carb factors though. Instead, 60 grams carb in a single serving is considered high carb. 2 or less grams is low protein, 3 or less grams is low fat, 13 or more grams is high fat, and 8 or more grams is high protein. Orange juice, for example, is not high carb because a single serving is only about 26 grams according to the label. But, so far we cannot find a single item labeled with 60 grams of carb. What gets me is that pictures are not allowed. I would be happy to take my son to the grocery store to find and take pictures of the items but that is not good enough. I suspect the teacher does not want every one to take pictures of the same labels. I am a teacher myself. I make a point of stepping back at having my son manage his way though each teacher's requirements. In all other matters this teacher seems great. But, to have to buy items I would not otherwise buy just for the labels seems a bit much. If you know of a reasonably priced, reasonably nutritious item that shows at least 60 grams carb in a serving, please let me know. Thanks!