Barbara Giamanco Posted August 21, 2016 Share Posted August 21, 2016 If the list on the can indicates zero sugar but there is 7g of sugar listed in the actual ingredients, is this product compliant with Whole 30? Some people are saying yes. They say it is the "natural" sugar of the potato. I'm suspect and have avoided most cans. I used fresh, roasted sweet potato for the salmon cakes and loved it. What do we go by, though? The list of items indicating how much sugar, protein, carbs, etc. or the list of ingredients it says are in the can? BG Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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