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Christmas treats with MORE sugar than a can of Coke!

by | 22nd Dec 2020

For many of us, Christmas is the time to let loose and treat ourselves, however some people still want to watch what they eat.

Which supermarket’s Christmas desserts contain the most sugar?

Christmas puddings

Asda tops the table as the worst sugar offender for Christmas puddings. With a whopping 47g per 100g of sugar, it takes up 60% of your recommended daily intake (RDI) of sugar – 21% more than a can of full sugar coke! Steer clear if you want to avoid a sugar rush on Christmas day!

Tesco claims second worst with 44.6g of sugar per 100g, followed by Morrisons (43g), Waitrose (39.9g), The Co-operative (30g), Sainsbury’s (30g). The Christmas pudding winner of 2020 is M&S with just 27.7g of sugar per 100g.

SupermarketSugar (per 100g)
Asda47g
Tesco44.6g
Morrisons43g
Waitrose39.9g
The Co-operative30g
Sainsbury’s30g
M&S27.7g

 

Mince pies

When it comes to the Christmas favourite mince pies, Morrisons is the worst contender at 34g of sugar per 100g. In second place is Asda (33g), followed by The Co-operative (33g), SPAR (30.5g), Sainsbury’s (28.3g), Waitrose (26.3g) and finally Tesco who manage to win at one with just 25.2g.

SupermarketSugar (per 100g)
1Morrisons34g
2Asda33g
3The Co-operative33g
4SPAR30.5g
5Sainsbury’s28.3g
6Waitrose26.3
7Tesco25.2
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