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Thread: Hunt's no-salt, no HFC ketchup - not bad at all.

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    Kalmia Guest

    Default Hunt's no-salt, no HFC ketchup - not bad at all.

    I tried a small bottle - hey, not bad. Label says zero sodium. I
    hope other stuff starts to follow suit.

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    [email protected] Guest

    Default Re: Hunt's no-salt, no HFC ketchup - not bad at all.

    On 8/30/2010 10:58 AM, Kalmia wrote:
    > I tried a small bottle - hey, not bad. Label says zero sodium. I
    > hope other stuff starts to follow suit.


    I bought some No-HFC Log Cabin syrup but mostly it's made from corn
    syrup. The NHFC labeling is the latest thing in marketing hype. It
    tastes the same.

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    brooklyn1 Guest

    Default Re: Hunt's no-salt, no HFC ketchup - not bad at all.

    Kalmia wrote:
    > I tried a small bottle - hey, not bad. Label says zero sodium.


    No such thing as "no salt" food... all food contains some salt. What
    your label probably says is *no salt ADDED*. When a food contains
    less than a gm of salt per serving (or some small amount) labeling
    with "0 sodium is permited, but somewhere the actual salt content
    should be listed. Tomtoes are naturally low in salt but they are not
    salt free. There is no such thing as a no salt diet either... you'd
    soon be dead.

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    Dan Abel Guest

    Default Re: Hunt's no-salt, no HFC ketchup - not bad at all.

    In article <24Xeo.3960$[email protected]>,
    "[email protected]" <[email protected]> wrote:

    > On 8/30/2010 10:58 AM, Kalmia wrote:
    > > I tried a small bottle - hey, not bad. Label says zero sodium. I
    > > hope other stuff starts to follow suit.

    >
    > I bought some No-HFC Log Cabin syrup but mostly it's made from corn
    > syrup. The NHFC labeling is the latest thing in marketing hype. It
    > tastes the same.


    I looked at this site:

    http://www.logcabinsyrups.com/products.html

    It claimed that the change was "removing high fructose corn syrup and
    replacing it with real sugar". Of course, that could well mean that it
    used to be mostly corn syrup, and now it's still mostly corn syrup.

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    Dan Abel
    Petaluma, California USA
    [email protected]

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