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Additions to No High-Fructose Corn Syrup List

 Today I am happy to add Hunt's Ketchup and Oroweat breads. All of the Oroweat packages I have seen now say "no high fructose corn syrup" on them, but I could find nothing on their site that says that none of their products contain it. So I would still look for verification when choosing a particular product. It's good to have a lot more choices, though, when choosing bread without hfcs!   Your no-high fructose corn syrup blogger, Sherry   … [Read more...]

New Products with No High-Fructose Corn Syrup

Here is a list of additions to the No High-Fructose Corn Syrup List • Newman’s Own Light Cranberry Walnut vinaigrette • South Beach Living Italian Dressing with EVOO • Shredded Wheat • Laura Scudder’s Old Fashioned Peanut Butter If you find any new products with no HFCS, be sure to let me know, and I'll add them to the list! Your no-HFCS blogger, Sherry … [Read more...]

No High-Fructose Corn Syrup Additions

Two awesome, nostalgic finds for today's update to the Foods With No High-Fructose Corn Syrup list! First is Lady Elberta Freestone Peaches! They are packed in "heavy syrup," but it's not hfcs. I remember from my youth my father going nuts over "freestone peaches." I haven't had any forever, but I'm going to use this can to make homemade Peach Cobbler. The recipe I have is from my Mom's collection and my grandma says this was my great-grandma's recipe. So there is all kinds of nostalgia in today's finds already. Next is the soda-pop "Bubble Up." I didn't even know they still made that any more. It's a lemon-lime carbonated drink, and it says right on the bottle (yes, bottle) "Made with real sugar." I don't know where you can find this … [Read more...]

Annie’s Naturals & Wallaby Organic Yogurt

Two new finds for the NO-hfcs products list. These two products contain no high-fructose corn syrup: • Annie's Naturals Organic Creamy Asiago Cheese Dressing • Wallaby Organic Yogurt (all flavors) As these are personal finds, I will be writing reviews of them soon - stay tuned! I will also be adding several new finds sent to me recently by e-mail. I always appreciate it when visitors to this site send me an e-mail with their finds! Most so excited about their finds and many people have health problems they believe are associate with high-fructose corn syrup. So they are excited to find this list as well. If you would like to be mentioned on the site, just give me permission to post your name (first name only is fine, … [Read more...]

Swiss Premium Iced Tea

Swiss Premium Iced Tea is joyously announcing to the world that their prodcut contains no high-fructose corn syrup!  I love when, not only does a product stay away from HFCS, but it makes  point of announcing in on the label.  Makes it so much easier to make a choice! Thank you, Swiss!  They offer several varieties of premium iced tea: Iced Tea with Lemon Diet Iced Tea Green Tea with Ginseng & Honey Southern Style Sweet Tea and more. Sounds good to me! (full disclosure: I received no compensation or tradeoff for writing this post.  It is simply my own exuberance at finding yet another product that contains no high-fructose corn syrup and proudly displays that fact!) … [Read more...]

Products With No HFCS – New Additions

Several new additions to the No High-Fructose Corn Syrup list Dannon Activa Yogurt Campbell’s 25% Less Sodium Chicken Noodle Soup Nabisco Original Triscuits Mott’s Natural Apple Sauce Wheat Montana breads/rolls … [Read more...]

New Items With No High-Fructose Corn Syrup

New items were added to the list of food products that contain no hfcs. Thank to everyone who keeps sending in their finds! • Franz Whole Grain White • Thomas Kemper Sodas • Special K Original Waffles • Kashi Go Lean Waffles • Bull’s-Eye Original Barbeque Sauce I'm always pleased when we can add new items to the list, but I'm especially pleased when someone write in that the product explicitly stated "No high-fructose corn syrup" right on the the front of the package! It means they're starting to listen! … [Read more...]

BEWARE: You Can’t Go By the “Natural” Label When Choosing non-HFCS Products

In what I truly thought was a joke, the FDA has said that, because the enzyme used in the high-fructose corn syrup process is not contained in the final product, that it can't be said that high-fructose corn syrup is not natural. Or some such vague verbiage that sounds cop-outish to me. Whatever THAT means, what it means for you is that you can no longer go by the "100% Natural" label if you are trying to choose products which contain no hfcs. Unless the product says "organic" or "contiains no high-fructose corn syrup," you're going to have to go back to turning over every product while shopping and read the ingredients list. That also means that there is the potential for some items on this site's "no hfcs products list" to revert to … [Read more...]

Three Additions Today

Under "Beverages" we have Blue Sky Soft Drinks and Archer Farms brand Natural Italian soda. And under "Bread" we have Franz "McKenzie Farms" Old Fashioned Buttermilk Bread Continued thanks to everyone who writes in! I can personally vouch for tastiness of the McKenzie Farms bread. The more natural a product is, the closer to homemade it seems to taste. This bread is good for sandwiches and especially toast! … [Read more...]

Newest Finds: A Lot of Additions

The first two additions are finds by me: Kellogg's Reduced Sugar Froot Loops Capri Sun ALL NATURAL 100% Juice The rest of the additions were sent in by reader Jennifer a.k.a. Tiger of http://www.tigertorreart.com/ .  Thanks, Tiger! Vermont Bread Company breads Trader Joe's brand Creamy, Unsalted Peanut Butter - much better  tasting Trader Joe's Reduced Sugar Organic Strawberry Preserves Trader Joe's Hot and Sweet Mustard - an excellent honey mustard Nature Valley Oats & Honey flavor granola bars Giant brand Instant Oatmeal - most flavors Be sure to send in any of your finds!  The more who contribute, the better the list!  I'll even include a link your website, if you have one.  And be sure to sign up for the … [Read more...]