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Hi there! I searched in the forum and tried some googling too, but I can't seem to get total clarity on this. Apologies if I'm missing something!

I have a grain mustard in my fridge that lists the ingredients "water, mustard seeds, vinegar and salt." Then at the bottom in small writing, it says "Not a significant source of saturated fat, trans fat, cholesterol, fiber, sugar, vitamin A, vitamin C, calcium and Iron." Does this mean that there is possibly sugar included? 

Also, should I be worried about the "vinegar" in the ingredients? Could that contain sulfites?

Thank you! :)

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