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Foods with 6.6 - 10.4 gram of sugar per 100 gram food

The table below contains a list of food products and their sugar content (6.6 - 10.4 gram of sugar per 100 gram food). The food items are among approximately 850 food products analysed by the USDA nutrient data laboratory.

 

Food product Sugar content in grams/ 100 gram food
Tomato products, canned, paste, without salt added 10.4
Peaches, canned, juice pack, solids and liquids 10.3
Peaches, canned, juice pack, solids and liquids 10.3
Cocoa mix, powder, prepared with water 10.2
Apples, raw, without skin 10.1
Applesauce, canned, unsweetened, without added ascorbic acid 10.1
Milk, canned, evaporated, without added vitamin A 10.0
Bread, mixed-grain (includes whole-grain, 7-grain) 10.0
Cereals ready-to-eat, GENERAL MILLS, Wheat CHEX 10.0
Pineapple juice, canned, unsweetened, without added ascorbic acid 10.0
Milk, chocolate, fluid, commercial, lowfat 9.9
Plums, raw 9.9
Pie, blueberry, commercially prepared 9.9
Pancakes plain, frozen, ready-to-heat (includes buttermilk) 9.7
Pears, canned, juice pack, solids and liquids 9.7
Pears, canned, juice pack, solids and liquids 9.7
Grapefruit juice, white, frozen concentrate, unsweetened, diluted with 3 volume water 9.6
Milk, chocolate, fluid, commercial, reduced fat 9.6
Milk, chocolate, fluid, commercial, whole 9.5
Oranges, raw, all commercial varieties 9.4
Oranges, raw, all commercial varieties 9.4
Peanut butter, smooth style, with salt 9.3
Apricots, raw 9.2
Grapefruit juice, white, raw 9.1
Salad dressing, home recipe, cooked 9.1
Cereals ready-to-eat, KELLOGG, KELLOGG'S RICE KRISPIES 9.1
Beans, baked, canned, plain or vegetarian 9.0
Snacks, beef jerky, chopped and formed 9.0
Kiwi fruit, (chinese gooseberries), fresh, raw 9.0
Carbonated beverage, SPRITE, lemon-lime, without caffeine 9.0
Carbonated beverage, cola, contains caffeine 9.0
Sauce, pasta, spaghetti/marinara, ready-to-serve 8.9
Grapefruit juice, white, canned, unsweetened 8.9
Bread, oatmeal, toasted 8.8
Carbonated beverage, ginger ale 8.7
Beans, baked, canned, with pork and sweet sauce 8.6
Sweet potato, cooked, baked in skin, without salt 8.4
Peanut butter, chunk style, with salt 8.4
Eggnog 8.4
Orange juice, canned, unsweetened 8.4
Orange juice, frozen concentrate, unsweetened, diluted with 3 volume water 8.4
Orange juice, raw 8.4
Peaches, raw 8.4
Malted drink mix, natural, with added nutrients, powder, prepared with whole milk 8.4
Tea, instant, sweetened with sugar, lemon-flavored, without added ascorbic acid, powder, prepared 8.3
Salad dressing, italian dressing, commercial, regular 8.3
Muffins, oat bran 8.2
Biscuits, plain or buttermilk, refrigerated dough, higher fat, baked 8.1
Bread, oatmeal 8.1
Biscuits, plain or buttermilk, refrigerated dough, lower fat, baked 8.1
Cereals, QUAKER, Instant Oatmeal, maple and brown sugar, prepared with boiling water 8.1
Cereals, QUAKER,Instant Oatmeal, apples and cinnamon, prepared with boiling water 8.1
Cereals ready-to-eat, GENERAL MILLS, Rice CHEX 8.0
Cream, whipped, cream topping, pressurized 8.0
Horseradish, prepared 8.0
Beets, cooked, boiled, drained 8.0
Nectarines, raw 7.9
Cereals ready-to-eat, wheat germ, toasted, plain 7.9
Melons, cantaloupe, raw 7.9
Nuts, pistachio nuts, dry roasted, with salt added 7.8
Alcoholic beverage, wine, dessert, sweet 7.8
Fish, herring, Atlantic, pickled 7.7
Yogurt, plain, skim milk, 13 grams protein per 8 ounce 7.7
Cherries, sour, red, canned, water pack, solids and liquids (includes USDA commodity red tart cherries, canned) 7.6
Muffins, corn, commercially prepared 7.5
Cheese food, pasteurized process, american, without di sodium phosphate 7.4
Cheese spread, pasteurized process, american, without di sodium phosphate 7.3
Grapefruit, raw, white, all areas 7.3
Spices, chili powder 7.3
Pears, asian, raw 7.1
Crackers, cheese, sandwich-type with peanut butter filling 7.0
Danish pastry, cheese 6.9
Spices, parsley, dried 6.9
Grapefruit, raw, pink and red, all areas 6.9
Eclairs, custard-filled with chocolate glaze, prepared from recipe 6.6

 

 

 

Sugar Content in Foods (per 100 grams of food)
Foods with 37.5 - 100 g sugar Foods with 18.6 - 37.4 g sugar
Foods with 10.5 - 18.6 g sugar Foods with 6.6 - 10.4 g sugar
Foods with 4.1 - 6.5 g sugar Foods with 2.6 - 4.1 g sugar
Foods with 1.5 - 2.6 g sugar Foods with 0.5 - 1.5 g sugar
Foods with 0.1 - 0.5 g sugar Sugar free foods
Sugar content in fruits and alcoholic drinks

 

 


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Data source of sugar content in foods: USDA National Nutrient Database for Standard Reference, Release 19.

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