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Hunt’s Ketchup Now Contains Sugar Instead Of HFCS

August 5, 2010: 08:44 PM EST
ConAgra Foods has replaced high-fructose corn syrup in its Hunt’s ketchup products with liquid sugar from Imperial Sugar after consumers said they prefer familiar ingredients that can be explained to their families. Calling it “an example of the larger trend toward simpler foods and ingredients,” Hunt’s ketchup now contains only five ingredients: tomatoes, sugar, vinegar, salt and other seasonings, and no artificial ingredients or preservatives. The reformulated product, called Hunt’s 100% Natural Ketchup, arrived on grocery shelves in May and so far consumer feedback has been positive, the company said.
"ConAgra Makes the Switch to Sugar", iscnewsroom, August 05, 2010, © ISC
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