What's the difference between Sugar Free and No Sugar Added?


Sugar Free? No Sugar Added? When you're trying to watch your sugar intake, it's important to understand the difference. 


The term "no added sugar" or "no sugar added" means that the manufacturer has added no sugar to the product. That said, certain products labeled "no sugar added" or "no added sugar" may contain a large amount of natural sugar or other carbohydrates - No Sugar Added Chocolate Raisins for example. 


On the other hand, manufactures use the term "Sugar Free" if the product has less than 0.5 grams sugar per serving. For example, our Sugar Free Dark Chocolate Caramel Sea Salt  contains less than 0.5 grams of sugar per serving. 


Explore our extensive Sugar Free Chocolates and No Sugar Added Chocolates here.