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reduced sugar and salt ketchup syn value please

Discussion in 'Syn Values' started by F4ye, 19 June 2010 Social URL.

  1. F4ye

    F4ye Full Member

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    hi all

    anyone know if heinz reduced salt and sugar ketchup has a syn value?

    thanks

    F4ye x
     
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    The only one I can find on the syns online is;

    Heinz Tomato Ketchup 1 level tbsp

    1 Syns on Extra Easy Original 1 Syns Green 1 Syns

    If you can post the nutritional info I can have another look for you :)
     
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    oh thanks a million that would be great - here it is;

    tomatoes (144g per 100g ketchup); spirit vinegar; sugar; salt; spice and herb extracts (contain celery); spice.

    i was hoping that the low salt and sugar version would be no syns!!! would be great if you get a chance to find out or let me know how to and i will look it up myself.

    thanks again

    F4ye x
     
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    I think it's the same as the heinz ketchup called Balanz over here, (going on the amount of tomato's anyway) it's 75Kcal/100g and has 0.1g of fat (per 100g) (and even less saturated fat).

    I would be interested to know as my daughter uses it (she finds it just as nice as original) and it might be handy to use in a recipe some time.
     
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    You'll need to post the nutritional info so:
    calories per 100g
    carbs per 100g
    protein per 100g

    I'll be surprised if it is syn free, but there is a recipe for syn free tomato sauce on here somewhere.
     
  7. Mummy_Helen

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    I put the nutritional values into the calculator and it's ½ syn per tbsp.

    Nutrition Facts
    Serving Size 1 tbsp (16g)

    Fat 0g
    Calories 5
    Carbohydrate 1g
    Protein 0g

    Now going to have to go and get some!
     
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    xxtannyxx i will be slim

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    if i remember rightly it aint no different to the normal kind!!!
     
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    thanks all! i'll keep looking for syn free lovlies.........
     
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    Just compared the nutritional values for both - normal Heinz ketchup is 1.5 syns for a 25g pot, and the reduced salt/sugar one is 1 syn per 25g.

    A small saving, but might be worth it for those ketchup junkies!
     
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    I was just coming here to ask the same thing! Thanks ;)
     
  12. dudette2001uk

    dudette2001uk I will be a Princess!

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    Oooo, I love ketchup, so now I can have twice as much for my 1 syn!! Woooooooooooooooooooooo! :D xxx
     
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    This is great as I too am a ketchup addict...

    Does anyone know off had if the 0.5 syn per tbsp also applies to Sainsbury and tesco own brand reduced salt & sugar ketchup?
    I don't have a bottle with the information at the moment as have been trying to avoid it!

    Thanks
     
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    I know this is an old post, but I'd also be interested to know this!
     
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    All things like sauces etc are 1 syn per 20 cals
     
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    Ah okay, thank you!
     
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