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When is a product low in sugars or sugars free?

If a product makes a claim that it’s low in sugars, or gives the impression that it’s low in sugars, then by law it can’t contain more than 5g of sugars per 100g for solids or 2.5g of sugars per 100mls for liquids.

In a similar way, if a product claims to be sugar-free, or gives the same impression, it can’t contain more than 0.5g of sugars per 100g or 100mls.

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