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Sugar-free ketchup

Does anybody make a ketchup without any sweeteners -- natural or artificial? Be nice if it also tasted good.

Thanks.

Deborah

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  1. All the sugar free ketchup I have tried- tasted terrible to me. I have thrown entire bottles away. The Walden Farms is disgusting.
    I use the Heinz Reduced Sugar Ketchup. It is not *entirely* sugar free but -as close as you can get. It has only 1 carb per serving. It tastes just like Heinz regular ketchup.

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      1. re: sedimental

        I also use Heinz Sugar-free. I go through a lot of ketchup.. so I actually water-down Heinz Sugar-free to make it last longer especially since it is much more expensive than regular ketchup.

      2. I tried either Hunt's or Heinz sugar free and found it unsatisfactory.

        1. Even if it exists, it's not going to taste like ketchup. You could try doctoring up some tomato paste with other ingredients listed on the bottle (e.g. vinegar, salt, onion powder).

          1. I would prefer just having a High Fructose Corn Syrup free one :o Maybe I should try making ketchup with Palm Sugar :o

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            1. re: cacruden

              Any organic ketchup is HFCS-free (sugar sweetened).

              1. re: sciencediet

                Heinz has a "Simply Heinz" variety with just sugar.

            2. Sugar is one of the primary ingredients, without a sweetener it might taste like tomato paste. You may want to check out some recipes online but, most use a sugar substitute or agave.