It depends on the type you buy. Fruit-on-the-bottom variants sometimes have more sugar than fruit.
You know canned soup is salty. According to the USDA, tomato-based soups have the most sugar, with some condensed ones having 20 g per 1-cup serving.
Dressing is one of the major ways a healthy salad can become a diet breaker overnight. Not merely because dressing is high in fat.
Jarred tomato sauces are convenient, but they can be sneaky sources of sugar, which is added to decrease the acidity of tomatoes and keep them fresh.
Not all fruit juices are equal. Some OJs include only orange juice. Other juices contain sugar and other substances.
Granola and Snack Bars
Granola and snack bars sound healthier than they are. White flour and 10 g or more sugar per bar are in some brands.
Dried fruit looks better. The USDA says a 40-gram handful of dried cranberries provides 29 g of added and natural sugars. Tart dried fruits carry the greatest sugar, says Upton.