Wednesday, July 1, 2009

Nature's Hollow Sugar-Free Ketchup

Yup, another post! I wasn't planning on doing another one until a few days from now, but I had to let someone know about this amazing product. It tastes even better than regular ketchup because it's not as sweet and has a tangier tomato taste. I would definitely choose it over any other company without even knowing about the nutritional benefits.

This ketchup in particular is sweetened with xylitol, an all natural sweetener. Xylitol has even been said to be good for your teeth, and has a low glycemic index which is great for diabetics. Xylitol also has absolutely no aftertaste. I can always taste it in Splenda products, but this ketchup? Nothing!

Nature's Hollow is a family owned company that also produces sugar free jams and preserves. I feel great buying their products because of the nutritional info, but also because I'm supporting a down to earth company that creates great products.

This ketchup contains no calories! Must be the xylitol. :) There are 130 mg of sodium and 6 g of carbs. There are very few ingredients, only tomato puree, apple cider vinegar, xylitol, spices, salt, and arrowroot. With regular ketchup, the calories begin to add up very quickly. Now you can enjoy it again, guilt free!

EDIT: I just received an e-mail from the company telling me there was a misprint on their labels and there are actually 14 calories per tablespoon. :( Still lower than the rest, but...

Price: $6.19
Calories: 14 in 1 tablespoon


  1. Never seen this before. Gotta keep my eyes out.

  2. that ketchup sounds great, I'll have to check around to see if i can find it!

  3. Hey.... great product review!!!!

  4. yeah, that's what I thought...Xylitol contains some calories! But it's great to see a sugar-free product without splenda or other artificial sweeteners...I'll keep my eyes open for this! :-)

  5. that sounds like a great brand of ketchup!
    I hate that ketchup can have so much added sugar!

  6. I love tomoatoes and everything tomato. And I love ketchup; this sounds great! Thanks for sharing!