Fruit Spreads Are Low in Calories, Low on the Glycemic Index

Only five calories per tablespoon

| Jan 1, 2006

Fifty 50 Foods is now offering a line of sugar-free and low-calorie fruit spreads that have only five calories per tablespoon.

The spreads, which Fifty 50 Foods says rank very low on the glycemic index, include grape, strawberry, raspberry, orange marmalade, blackberry, apricot and peach. They are sold in most national supermarket chains.

More information about Fifty 50 Foods and the glycemic index can be found at

Source: Fifty 50 Foods

Did You Know? Fifty 50 donates half of its profits to diabetes research. Their contributions have reached over $10 million since 1992.

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