Who doesn’t love ketchup? In America, it is the most popular condiment found in households today. Adding it to burgers or dogs, using it as a dip for french fries and potato chips, and even adding it to your scrambled eggs is considered common practice.
However, if you have every looked at a bottle of ketchup and sorted through a long list of unfamiliar ingredients, you would see that almost every brand has high fructose corn syrup (HFCS) added to it.
It might not always be as easy to see on the label because many times HFCS is also camouflaged as other ingredients: maize syrup, glucose, glucose-fructose syrup, tapioca syrup, dahlia syrup, fruit fructose, crystalline fructose, and isoglucose.
So if you are trying to avoid adding (or unknowingly being added) HFCS…
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