I have been looking and weights and measures, there is some differences between UK and US but still not a massive amount, but people get confused between a dessert spoon, which is something you use every day to eat with and a table spoon which is considerably larger. To remove confusion let’s use weight instead. 1 Ounce is 28 grams so call it 30 as it normally gets rounded up for serving size.
We have bought Linwoods Organic Milled Flaxseed and for 1 ounce/30 grams is 153 k/cal. Are you working your 2xtablespoons out to be the same as 1 ounce?
If so we have managed to find a milled raw product which is well over twice as calorific as yours! I think more likely it’s a weights and measures thing, but do let me know.
Either way, might I suggest you take the same approach as the nut butter and give a calorific amount? It would save a lot of confusion I think and there is a big big difference between the 306 calls we get and the 120 calls you get every day for 6 weeks. maybe this has never cropped up as I would not imagine a lot of people will pay the cost to ship to the UK, it was very expensive. There are even further differences in weights and measures for Australia so again a good idea to express amounts in calories.
Please do let me know.