What is Sugar Free at the Grocery Store: Condiments Edition

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What is Sugar Free at the Grocery Store: Condiments Edition

Condiments can be tricky to shop for on a sugar free diet.  I kind of expected to have a hard time with ketchup but I was really surprised to find out that most mayonnaise had sugar also.  So to help those of you trying to avoid sugar like me, I have made a little trip to my local Walmart and looked at all the condiments with no added sugar and organized them below.  I have included pictures so you can see what they look like and links in case you want to order something.

You can find the small but growing list of What’s Sugar Free at the Grocery Store here.  Please feel free to share this so more people can see it.


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All Yellow Mustards


Zatarain’s Creole Mustard


French’s Deli Mustard Horseradish



Heinz Reduced Sugar Ketchup (Contains Sucralose)



Duke’s Real Mayonnaise

Hot Sauce


Louisiana’s Pure Crystal Hot Sauce


Great Value Louisiana Hot Sauce


Louisiana Hot Sauce


Frank’s Red Hot Wing Sauce


Frank’s Red Hot Sauce


Tabasco Sauce

BBQ Sauce


G. Hughes Smokehouse BBQ Sauce – All Varieties

Other Condiments


Kitchen Bouquet Browning Seasoning Sauce



Nando’s Peri Peri Sauce





9 Replies to “What is Sugar Free at the Grocery Store: Condiments Edition”

  1. I’ve just signed up for your emails and am reading all your posts in order to start my sugar free journey. I’ve been looking through the post about sugar free items at the grocery store, and am wondering if all the products you list can be bought at all Walmart stores.

    For instance, the only mayonnaise you list is by Duke’s. I don’t recall seeing that brand at the grocery stores I shop and don’t usually go to Walmart for groceries.

    I really look forward to following your advice for losing weight. There is a lot to read and absorb! Thank you for taking the time to share so much information about your journey that will help me and others.

    1. First of all, I’m so glad to have you on board! Most of the product listed can be bought at most grocery stores but if you can’t find them where you shop, there are almost always good replacements. Just check out the ingredients until you find something with no HFCS or added sugar. Of course, you can always make your own.

      As far as reading and absorbing everything, I would start with the basics of how you should eat with this post.


      And then if you have any questions, please reach out.

      You can also join our support FaceBook page so if you have a question and I’m not around, someone in there can answer.


      1. As best as I can tell, my application to join your FB website is pending. Also, are there any fruits or vegetables that are off limits on this diet?

        1. I think we talked on FB but I’ll answer this here in case anyone is wondering the same thing. Pretty much the only veggie I avoid is potatoes but I know some avoid root veggies (carrots, onions, wtc.) because they are higher in carbs but I’ve eaten those throughout my time on keto and I’m 165+ lbs down so it doesn’t seem to affect me. As far as fruits go, avoid tropical fruits and any fruit juices. Stick with low sugar fruit like berries.

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