Meanwhile, I've been getting slightly disillusioned by the points database on the WW website, since I've been finding some inaccuracies in it. For instance, I recently had pasta for dinner: "Asda Good for you! tomato & mozzarella penne al forno". If I enter that as "1 pack", it comes out as 7.5 points. If I enter it as 400g (the mass listed on the packaging), it comes out as 6.5 points. If I then enter the nutritional info into the calculator, it comes out as 7 points. So, which is it? They're all roughly the same, so it's not a huge problem, but there is a cumulative effect. I had a similar problem a while back, when I bought one of the Weight Watchers branded pizzas at the supermarket (garlic mushroom), which says "6 points value" on the box, but is listed on the website as 7 points. If I put the nutritional info into the calculator, that comes out at 6 points, so I assume that the database entry is wrong. I emailed them to report this on 19th April, and I had a reply back the following day saying "It's likely that the nutritional information has changed and then website will be corrected in the next upload, which will take place in a month or two."
a) It's now been almost two months, and the database info is still wrong.
b) It should not take that long to update a website!
Anyway, I'll stick with it for now, but I'm not impressed.