Monday, 24 October 2011

Heinz Salad Cream Light

Salad cream can transform a boring salad or sandwich into a much tastier meal, but this usually comes at the expense of extra fat and calories. Heinz Salad Cream, a favourite for nearly 100 years can still be enjoyed by switching to one of their reduced fat versions.

Heinz Salad Cream have two reduced fat versions: Heinz Salad Cream Light 70% Less Fat or Heinz Salad Cream Light 30% Less Fat. This relates to the reduction in fat compared with Original Heinz Salad Cream.

The Light 70% Less Fat version has 144 calories and 7.3g of fat per 100g. This compares with 236 calories and 18.5g of fat for the 30% Less Fat salad cream and 336 calories and 27g of fat for Heinz Original salad cream.

Heinz Salad Cream Light 70% Less Fat is available in a 460g top down squeezy plastic bottle in larger supermarkets.

Nutritional information: Per serving (15g) 70% less fat: 22 calories, 0.3g protein, 2.4g carbohydrate, 1.2g sugars, 1.1gg fat, 0.1g saturates, 0.1g fibre, 0.3g salt. Suitable for vegetarians. NO artificial colours or flavours.

Ingredients: Water, spirit vinegar, sugar, vegetable oil (5%), pasteurized egg yolks (4%), mustard, maltodextrin, modified cornflour, salt, stabilizers – guar gum and Xanthan Gum, preservatives – potassium sorbate and sulphur dioxide, sweetener – sucralose, colour – riboflavin.


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