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List of Products with No High-Fructose Corn Syrup

 

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Always Check The Label Yourself! I always check before submitting something to the list, but sometimes companies change things, so be sure to always verify on the label itself. This list is meant to be a guide and not a bible. I hope it’s very helpful in finding products with no high-fructose corn syrup, but if you’re sensitive or have allergies especially, always always double-check the label yourself!

This is a list I have compiled (and am actively adding to) of products which do not contain HFCS. These are all products that now seems to contain HFCS more often than not – so I am posting when I come across a brand/variety that does not contain it (last I checked, anyway).

If you have some finds you’d like to share on this list, send me the info, and I will add it here.

BREAD

• Amana Multi Grain Bread
• Aunt Millie’s Old Fashioned Butter-Top Wheat
• Brownberry’s Arnold Natural Health Nut Bread
• Country Hearth 12-Grain Bread
• Dave’s Killer Breads
• Earth Grains 100% Natural 7-Grain Bread
• Ezekiel breads/English muffins
• Franz “McKenzie Farms” Old Fashioned Buttermilk Bread
• Franz Whole Grain White
• Milton’s Bread (most, if not all)
• Natures Own 100% Whole Wheat bread (note, other varieties do contain HFCS, but not this one)
• Nature’s Pride
• Open Nature Bread (also contains no trans fat)
• Oroweat Mult-Grain Bread (but watch out for HFCS in their other varietes)
• Martin’s Breads & Rolls (including hot dog buns/rolls and such)
• Pepperidge Farms 100% Natural Breads
• Pepperidge Farms Whole Grain Wheat Bread
• Rudi’s Organic Bakery Buns
• Sara Lee Soft and Smooth 100% Whole Wheat
• Tandoori Roti/Naan breads
• Vermont Bread Company breads
• Wheat Montana breads/rolls

CANNED FRUIT/APPLESAUCE

• Mott’s Natural Apple Sauce

CEREAL

• Cheerios
• Giant brand Instant Oatmeal – most flavors
• Kashi (most, if not all)
• Life cereal (regular and cinnamon)
• Nature’s Pride Organic (most, if not all, varieties)
• Kellogg’s Reduced Sugar Froot Loops
• Shredded Wheat
• Trader Joe’s Graham Bites Cereal

CONDIMENTS

 

BARBECUE SAUCE

• Annie’s Naturals Smokey Maple BBQ Sauce
Bull’s-Eye Original Barbeque Sauce No more – they reverted to HFCS, sadly!
• Consorzio Bbq Sauce Organic Original
• Frontera BBQ (Barbecue) Sauce
• Gates BBQ Sauce (a barbecue sauce mainly found in the Kansas City area)
• StageCoach Sauces

KETCHUP

• Annie’s Naturals Organic Ketchup
• Nature’s Best Organic Tomato Ketchup
• Simply Heinz
• Trader Joe’s Organic Ketchup

MAYO

• Hellman’s Mayonaise

MUSTARD

• Annie’s Naturals Organic Honey Mustard
• Frenchs Honey Dijon Mustard (I don’t think most regular mustard contains hfcs, but a lot of the “honey” mustard does, which is why I’m listing some honey mustards here that don’t.)
• Woeber Sweet And Spicy Mustard
• Trader Joe’s Hot and Sweet Mustard

PICKLES

RELISH

• Cascadian Farms Sweet Pickle Relish
• Meijer Organic Sweet Relish
• Trader Joe’s Pickle Relish

CRACKERS

• Dare Vinta Crackers
• Milton’s (most, if not all)
• Nabisco Original Triscuits
• Pepperidge Farm Goldfish

MARINADES

• Acadia Naturals Tuscan Grill Marinade
• Consorzio Brand Marinades

PEANUT BUTTER

• Jif Peanut Butter
• Laura Scudder’s Old Fashioned Peanut Butter
• Skippy Super Chunk Peanut Butter
• Trader Joe’s brand Creamy, Unsalted Peanut Butter

SALAD DRESSINGS

• Annie’s Naturals Organic Creamy Asiago Cheese Dressing
• Annie’s Naturals Goddess Dressing
• Annie’s Roasted Red Pepper Vinaigrette
• Blanchard & Blanchard (Country Italian & Caeser Parmesan)
• Brianna’s Blush Vinaigrette Salad Dressing
• Drew’s Salad Dressings
• Newman’s Own Light Cranberry Walnut vinaigrette
• Olde Cape Cod Traditional Caeser Lite
• South Beach Living Italian Dressing with EVOO

ICE CREAM / FROZEN NOVELTIES

NOTE: Beware of ice cream that may not contain high-fructose corn syrup but contains candy pieces – the candy pieces may contain HFCS

• Ben & Jerry’s (some, but not all, varieties, – watch out for the kinds that add bits of candy bars and cookies, especially, to have hfcs)
• Breyer’s Natrual Vanilla Ice Cream
• Breyer’s Pure Fruit Strawberry Fruit Bars
• Dreyers/Edys Strawberry Fruit Ice Cream Bars
• Haagen Dazs Dark Chocolate Ice Cream Bars
• Jambo Frozen Yogurt Bars
• Nesquik Chocolate Syrup
• Stoneyfield Farms
• Trader Joe’s Floes (all flavors)

COOKIES

• Archway’s Molasses Cookies
• Destrooper Almond Thins Cookie
• Destrooper Butter Crisp Cookies
• Keebler Pecan Sandies Cookies
• Keebler Simply Sandies Cookies
• Lu Le Petit Beurre Cookies
• Lu Scottish Recipe Shortbread
• Mi-Del Snaps Ginger
• Nature’s Best Chocolate Sandwich Creme Cookies
• Newmans Wheat Free Fig Newton Cookies
• Newmans Own Ginger Os Ginger N Creme Cookies
• NewmanS Own Alphabet Cookies
• Pepperidge Farms Butter Chessman Cookies
• Pepperidge Farm 100% Natural Varieties

CHOCOLATE

• Cadbury – Most Varieties
• Dove – Most varieties
• Hershey’s 100 Calorie Wafer Bar
• Hershey Skor Candy Bar
• Hershey Special Dark Candy Bar
• Hershey’s Symphony
• Nesquik Chocolate Syrup

OTHER CANDY

• Unreal Candy™

JELLIES, JAMS AND PRESERVES

• Bonne Maman Preserves
• Hero Jams & Jellies
• Smuckers Organic Strawberry Preserves
• St Dalfour Preserves
• Trader Joe’s Reduced Sugar Organic Strawberry Preserves

MAPLE SYRUP

• Trader Joe’s Organic Maple Syrup
• Pretty much any actual maple syrup is devoid of hfcs – most “pancake syrup” does not even have any maple syrup in it and is pretty much all sweetener and water and “stuff”

PASTA SAUCES

• Classico (Most varieties)

SOUPS

• Campbell’s 25% Less Sodium Chicken Noodle Soup

SODA POP

• Archer Farms brand Natural Italian soda
• Bawls Guarana Soda (most varieties)
• Blue Sky Soft Drinks
• Boylan’s Sodas
• Cheerwine (the glass bottle varieties)
Dad’s Root Beer - No more – They reverted to using high-fructose corn syrup, unfortunately!
• Dublin Dr. Pepper (Dr. Pepper from a bottling plant in Dublin, Texas)
• Jarritos
• Jones Pure Cane Soda
• Goose Island
• Mountain Dew Throwback
• Nantucket Nectars
• Pepsi Throwback
• Sierra Mist Natural
• 7Up Retro (Not the regular 7-Up)
• Thomas Kemper Sodas
• Trader Joe’s Vintage Cola
• Trader Joe’s Vintage Creme Soda
• Trader Joe’s Vintage Root Beer
• Virgil’s Sodas (the cream, cherry and root beer varieties)

SPORTS DRINKS

• Accellerate

OTHER BEVERAGES

• Bolthouse Farms C-Boost Smoothie
• Bolthouse Farms Vegetable Juice
• Capri Sun ALL NATURAL 100% Juice
• Horizon Flavored Milks (chocolate, vanilla, and strawberry)
• Nesquik Chocolate Syrup
• Ocean Spray Grapefruit Juice
• Ovaltine (dry chocolate drink mix)
• Simply Juice (orange, limeade, and lemonade)
• Sweet Leaf Tea
• Swiss Premium Iced Tea (Many varieties to choose from)

YOGURT

• Breyer’s
• Brown Cow
• Chobani Greek Yogurt
• Dannon Activa Yogurt
• Dannon All Natural Vanilla Yogurt
• Dannon All Natural Coffee Yogurt
• Dannon Lite & Fit Vanilla Yogurt
• Faye Greek Yogurt – 2% or 0%
• Great Value Light Nonfat Yogurt (most varieties, if not all)
• Horizon Organic Fat Free Yogurt
• Mountain High lowfat Yogurt (available at Costco)
• Nancys Reduced Fat Plain
• Nancy’s Whole Milk Honey Yogurt
• Stoneyfield Farm Yogurt
• Stoneyfield Farm Yobaby Yogurt
• Wallaby Organic Yogurt (All flavors)

GRANOLA BARS

• Kashi
• Nature Valley Oats & Honey flavor granola bars

OTHER

• Cool Whip Sugar Free
• Special K Original Waffles
• Kashi Go Lean Waffles

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Comments

  1. just a heads up… I’ve found a lot of yogurts also contain cornstarch, if corn is an issue

  2. Canola Yogurt says:

    Update: Bawls has switched to HFCS in all varieties except eXXtra (the sugar-free version). This makes me very sad, as guarana is my caffeine of choice. They display the ingredient list on their own website.

  3. Tina Strong says:

    For those of y’all who, like me, live in Texas, HEB stores now carry a proprietary brand of pure cane sugar, HFCS-free sodas. They come in Cola, Dr. B, Root Beer, Orange and Wild Red flavors. I avoid sugar as much as possible and have only tasted the cola, when I bought some for a catering job. Reminded me of the Coca-Cola I remember from childhood.

  4. Tina Strong says:

    Duke’s Mayonnaise contains neither HFCS nor sugar. It is delicious and rivals the good, homemade kind.

  5. Garland Jack honey barbecue sauce no hfcs

  6. Canadian Coca-Cola uses sugar. Log cabin syrup just announced no hfcs

  7. In my recent quest for HFCS-free products for my daughter, I found the following products are all non-HFCS:
    Noosa Yogurt – all flavors
    Talenti Gelato – all flavors
    Dukes Mayo

  8. Jim Schultz says:

    Check out Kirkland’s vanilla ice cream

  9. Georgiana says:

    Keep in mind that just because it has made the “No HFCS” List, that does NOT mean it’s healthy!

    Sugar Free products are awful!

  10. I think it’d be a good idea to add Kefir products as an alternative to yogurt…For instance Lifeway Kefir is 99% Lactose free, Gluten free, and uses organic cane sugar!!!

  11. Powerade Zero does not contain HFCS either. Thank you for this list. Please continue to update it.

  12. Remember that if you have a corn allergy you may need to check for other forms of corn, not just HFCS. Be aware of that as you look at the labels too.

  13. I found Hunt’s ketchuo about a year ago with no high fructose corn syrup. I bought several bottles at the time. Lately I’ve been checking the stores and I don’t find it. Have you stopped msking it? The regular old recipe is back on th shelves. I am very disappointed that I can’t find it.

  14. Christine says:

    Are there any orange juices that donot have high fructose corn syrup?

  15. Christine says:

    Sevia from Sprouts is a soda and does not have high fructose corn syrup. Have you seen this item?

  16. I am definitely at the point that I want to feel better…..and get added sugars OUT of my diet, especially HFCS. So….I am going to check my labels before I purchase, but could you tell me, could the ingredient label be hiding this by using other fancy words to replace High Fructose Corn Syrup ? I just need to know what to look for. Thankyou.

  17. Coca Cola, (Mexican Coke) is sweeten with sugarcane. Its in a tall glass bottle and a little more expensive that regular coke, but I, as well as other people, believe it does taste better and its worth it. Hope this helps anyone that is trying to wing off sodas with HFCS.

    • Thank you so much for mentioning the Coca Cola made in Mexico! Now I can still drink Coca Cola without having to worry it having hfcs in it — and it tastes much better than the kind made here. I have also been able to find Sprite made in Mexico and it does not contain the hfcs either — and it tastes so much better as well.

  18. I love whipped cream (topping) so much, I can eat it alone like ice cream. I finally found one brand I love(available at Whole Foods Store) that is 100% natural and 70% organic, no GMOs, no high fructose corn syrup, no hydrogenated oils,trans fat free and gluten free. It is called truwhip the natural (Truwhip Natural Foods in Troy ,OH). It comes in a round, plastic, purple & white container. Delicious.

    • Anny Schomburg says:

      For whipped cream, the best way is to buy heavy cream and whip it yourself. That way you know what is in the whipped cream.

  19. Heinz has a non organic ketchup that does not have hfc in it. It is call SIMPLY HEINZ, it only has water, tomatoes, sugar, and another ingrediant i cannot remember. it is really good.

  20. Karo Syrup, the new stuff and really old stuff (the 90’s and very early 2000’s had HFCS) does not and they even sell it at wholefoods, so it is even non GMO too boot! Boy was I happy camper when I went to make pecan pie this year!

  21. I don’t know when this started but I think it’s pretty recent. Yoplait has removed all hfcs from their yogurts now. Hopefully there will be a time that this list isn’t necessary, but until then, thanks for creating it!

  22. Also for yogurts, I’m pretty sure Chobani Greek Yogurt doesn’t have HFCS OR add any additional sugars other then what naturally comes from the fruit and the dairy.

  23. I love this list, very helpful! Are you sure about the Nancys Whole Milk Honey Yogurt? I thought honey was a no-no. If you could check on that and let me know I would appreciate it :)

    • Honey is not high-fructose corn syrup, so I don’t know why it would a “no-no.” ???

      • Some “honey products” like the honey you get in the packets, are made with a smidge of honey and mostly HFCS. You have to make sure it’s real honey

      • Also, anyone with FODMAP issues–particularly fructose issues–may have problems with honey

  24. Does anyone know of any canned soups that are HFCS free?

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