Should food be considered?
Of course. The dictionary of the Royal Spanish Academy defines bauble as "short and light food, usually appetizing", while candy as "delicate delicacy, usually sweet, which serves more for taste than for sustenment" or "more pleasant than useful thing". They are therefore "empty foods", caloric but with little nutritional value.
They should be quantified and taken into account when conducting the child's dietary survey. They are worth examples that a small 44g bag of chips has 250 calories, a 21g cookie chocolate bar has 110, 100g of gummies have 360, or 100g of peeled peanuts over 600 calories.