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I don't like that sugar is the very first ingredient. The Kroger simple truth organic one I buy has strawberry first and cane sugar second.
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I don't like that sugar is the very first ingredient. The Kroger simple truth organic one I buy has strawberry first and cane sugar second.
it's probably not technically preserves, though, is it? I can't ever find any organic strawberry preserves. Everything says spread or some other name.

I eat smuckers because they are so good, but I hate it health-wise because they have high fructose corn syrup!
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it's probably not technically preserves, though, is it? I can't ever find any organic strawberry preserves. Everything says spread or some other name.

I eat smuckers because they are so good, but I hate it health-wise because they have high fructose corn syrup!
The one I buy says spread. I have seen organic preserves though I haven't bought one. As far as I can tell, the difference between the preserves (with high fructose corn syrup) I've had before and this spread is it's not as sweet (probably due to the amount/type of sugar being used) and the size of the fruit chunk, they're smaller chunk size while preserves are larger chunk sizes. Everything else seems the same as far as the gel.

I've read in a couple articles that spreads aren't supposed to have added sugar in it besides the natural sugar of the fruit being used. I'm not sure how accurate that claim is given I've seen spreads that don't use additional sugar (relying on the fruit and maybe apple juice for the sweetness) and spreads that do (sugar/cane sugar).
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The one I buy says spread. I have seen organic preserves though I haven't bought one. As far as I can tell, the difference between the preserves (with high fructose corn syrup) I've had before and this spread is it's not as sweet (probably due to the amount/type of sugar being used) and the size of the fruit chunk, they're smaller chunk size while preserves are larger chunk sizes. Everything else seems the same as far as the gel.

I've read in a couple articles that spreads aren't supposed to have added sugar in it besides the natural sugar of the fruit being used. I'm not sure how accurate that claim is given I've seen spreads that don't use additional sugar (relying on the fruit and maybe apple juice for the sweetness) and spreads that do (sugar/cane sugar).
Any time I have tried spreads it didn't seem to have chunks of strawberry, so that is why I like preserves (even in the preserves it's mostly only the top part that has it and as you get down into the jar it's more of a smooth spread, though). So i assumed none of the spreads would have the chunks. But who knows.

If I could find one that is very close to the taste of the smuckers, but without as much sugar and no high fructose corn syrup I'd sure be happy because I eat them almost every single day (for decades straight).
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Any time I have tried spreads it didn't seem to have chunks of strawberry, so that is why I like preserves (even in the preserves it's mostly only the top part that has it and as you get down into the jar it's more of a smooth spread, though). So i assumed none of the spreads would have the chunks. But who knows.

If I could find one that is very close to the taste of the smuckers, but without as much sugar and no high fructose corn syrup I'd sure be happy because I eat them almost every single day (for decades straight).
Smucker does have a "natural" version without high fructose and uses (what I assume) is cane sugar but they label it as a spread.

https://ashlandtidings.com/archiv...t-spreads-

that's an interesting answer I found.
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