Heinz® No Salt Tomato Ketchup (14 oz)

Heinz® No Salt Tomato Ketchup (14 oz)

If you’re paying attention to your salt intake, Heinz can help you eat right. Our No Salt Ketchup has substantially less sodium than our regular ketchup, but all of that great tomato taste.

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  • Kosher Pareve
  • Gluten free
  • 20cal
    Calories
  • 0g
    Fiber
  • 0g
    Total Fat
  • 5mg
    Sodium
  • 0g
    Protein
  • Nutritional
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Nutritional information

Serving Size: 17
Calories: 20 Calories From Fat: 0
Amount/serving
%DV*
Total Fat 0 g
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Saturated Fat 0 g
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TransFat 0 g
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Cholesterol 0 mg
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Sodium 5 mg
1 %
Total Carbohydrates 5 g
2 %
Fiber 0 g
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Sugars 4 g
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Proteins -
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Ingredients

TOMATO CONCENTRATE FROM RED RIPE TOMATOES, DISTILLED VINEGAR, HIGH FRUCTOSE CORN SYRUP, CORN SYRUP, **ALSOSALT® SALT SUBSTITUTE (POTASSIUM CHLORIDE, L-LYSINE MONOHYDROCHLORIDE), NATURAL FLAVORING, SPICE, ONION POWDER

Allergens

No allergen information

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Rating based on 58 reviews: 4 stars
77% of customers would recommend this product
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  • Sodium potassium confusion
    by Emerson Wright
    Those of you complaining about potassium chloride don't know how the potassium-sodium interaction works. Potassium downregulates sodium in the bloodstream, so if you want lower sodium, potassium is a good thing. It is, however, still a "salt," so the label should read "low sodium"
    YES I WOULD RECOMMEND THIS ITEM
  • Karen
    by Karen Hanna
    Stay away from this if you are trying to lower your salt intake. It has potassium chloride - just another name game with these guys.
  • Potassium
    by Paula
    This Low sodium Ketchup also has 110 mg of potassium in 1 tbsp. This is salt. You are misleading your consumers.