We often hear about what we shouldn’t eat, especially when it comes to sugar, but where are all the things we can eat? Wouldn’t it be great to have all the resources on low sugar in the same place?
Which supermarkets in the UK can you get a chocolate bar from that is within the guidelines on free sugars? Where can you eat out and be made to feel comfortable for your sugar free savvy?
I’d love to live within the guidelines on sugar without losing the will to live! We are building a food and drink directory that will open your eyes to the kinds of things you can enjoy – from chocolate hazelnut spreads, to chocolates, cakes and biscuits, ice creams and jams; as well as a venue guide to the restaurants, pubs and coffee shops that won’t make you feel awkward for getting Sugarwise – the ultimate “free from” directory! We are working with retailers and venues to get information, and offers, coupons and vouchers around Sugarwise approved options for you because we know how hard it is to find discounts on healthier things.
We are working hard to compile a guide that will be helpful and for this we welcome your suggestions.
Please use this form to share your favourite foods, recipes, resources, restaurants, or anything else you think should go into a directory for all sugar savvy eaters like you!
Did you know that in Tesco you can get jams that have green traffic lights for everything, chocolate bars in several flavours and chocolate sea shells, all within the guidelines on sugar. There are a number of boiled sweet options as well, including butter mints. Sainsbury’s has that milk chocolate the kids just loved in Jamie Olivers old school Joyce Frankland Academy, Newport which was also featured on the recent Inside Out program with children sampling all the no added sugar products. They also liked the marshmallows some even more so than sugary ones.
In Ocado you can of course get the trusted JimJams, and Perfect World Ice Cream. You can buy Quest bars and a range of things online in shops like MuscleFood and I love the zero syrups from ProteinWorks. All these choices are Sugarwise in terms of fitting the rules.